New independent consultant for Tastefully Simple
Alyssa Chevalier of Little Hocking has become an independent consultant with Tastefully Simple Inc., a national direct sales company featuring more than 60 delicious, easy-to-prepare foods.
As an independent business owner, Chevalier offers food samples at home taste-testing parties, along with easy ideas for everyday meals, recipes, serving suggestions and fun. All of Tastefully Simple's products are open-and-enjoy or can be prepared by adding only one or two ingredients.
Rea & Associates hires accountant
Rea & Associates, a regional accounting and business consulting firm, has hired Rodney Troyer as a staff accountant. He works in the firm's Marietta office.
"We are pleased to welcome Rod to our team," said Jim Hensler, CPA, Rea's Marietta office manager. "He will be an asset to our firm."
Troyer earned a bachelor of science in public accounting and mathematics from Muskingum University, where he graduated summa cum laude. He will sit for the certified public accountant exam later this summer. Before joining Rea, he served as a cabinet maker, partner and shop foreman for Helmuth Woodcrafters for nine years. He also volunteered as a certified nursing assistant and dietary manager at Hillcrest Home for four years.
A native of Plain City, he currently resides in Quaker City with his wife, Faith and children Durrell, Tierney, Wilson and Danika..Troyer is an active member of the Antrim Mennonite Church where he serves as a board member and secretary/treasurer for the Antrim Mennonite School.
The Pampered Chef recognizes seller
Jeanette Arnold, of Fleming, and independent advanced director with The Pampered Chef, the premier direct seller of high quality kitchen tools and stylish entertaining pieces, received excellence awards in sales and recruiting at the company's national conference in Chicago.
"I am honored to be recognized for my success with The Pampered Chef," Arnold said. "During economic times, it is amazing to be a part of a company the offers a flexible earning opportunity and real solutions, like low cost, high value recipes and products to help families cook at home."
Jeanette and other consultants who achieved outstanding success were honored in front of thousands during the company's national conference in July. Conference attendees also received training where they learned to apply business fundamentals to maximize the success of their independent business.
Copper Leaf hosts educational seminar
Copper Leaf Interior Design Studio hosted an educational seminar on July 28, "Featured Flooring Products: Designing from the Ground Up." Representatives from SourceOne Contract Group in Columbus and Centiva, an international flooring company, were on hand with samples of the latest products in the flooring industry.
Many new applications for commercial and residential use were shown and discussed among these industry representatives, attendees, and interior designers Pam Holschuh and Robyn Spataro. This is the latest in a 15-session long series of free and educational seminars that Copper Leaf Interior Design Studio will be hosting to celebrate their 15th year in business.
To register for the next seminar, contact Copper Leaf Interior Design Studio at 373-9993, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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