On Tuesday morning, Jen Hollingsworth, local Independent Sales Director with Mary Kay, recently celebrated a milestone achievement in her line of work - picking up her first Mary Kay vehicle from a local dealership.
Hollingsworth began her career with Mary Kay less than two years ago. She told KBest News that she debuted as a Sales Director in July 2019 and three months later she earned a Mary Kay Malibu. Hollingsworth explained that there are different levels of cars and the Malibu is the first level. Her goal is to move through the different tiers and earn the iconic pink Cadillac.
Hollingsworth told KBest News that the car is leased by Mary Kay, and she is the driver and she’ll keep it for two years. Mary Kay also covers part of her auto insurance for her and her husband. Hollingsworth explained that as long as she continues working, they’ll send her a new car.
Last week, Mary Kay Inc. announced the company will dedicate part of its global supply chain and manufacturing capabilities to producing much-needed hand sanitizer. The first products off the line will be for donation to those on the front lines addressing the COVID-19 pandemic. Production was targeted to begin yesterday and distribution is expected to begin April 3, 2020.
The first batch of hand sanitizer products will be donated to the Baylor Scott & White Dallas Foundation. Baylor Scott & White is the largest not-for-profit healthcare system in Texas and one of the largest in the United States. It includes 52 hospitals, more than 800 patient care sites, 7,500 active physicians and over 47,000 staff.
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