Made-Over Council Enters 2008 With New Outlook, Optimism – CEO Bailey
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
In an interview with "The Rose Sheet," the Personal Care Products Council's President and CEO Pamela Bailey discusses the state of the industry, the organization's accomplishments in 2007 and the challenges that lie ahead.
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