This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Exec VP and General Manager Sharon LeVan responsible for Almay and Ultima II brand development is leaving post to start own company, Revlon says. She will be succeeded by Hillary Soloman, formerly VP-marketing, who has helped lead development of Almay's Milk Plus skin care line and organic nail treatment products launching in 2001 (1"The Rose Sheet" July 3, pp. 3-4)
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