Curtis Packaging Names Bob Redden Account Executive
Press release from the issuing company
Sandy Hook, CT- November 18, 2004 - Curtis Packaging, a leading packaging designer, printer and converter of custom folding cartons, today announced that Bob Redden has joined the company.
Bob is a 20 plus year veteran of the package printing industry with extensive experience in the cosmetics and personal care products sector. He has joined Curtis Packaging as an Account Executive and will focus his sales efforts within the cosmetics and personal care industries.
Prior to joining Curtis, Bob held senior sales account positions at Color Box (and prior to the acquisition by Color Box, Inland Container, and Rand Whitney Packaging) and specialized in serving the cosmetics and beverage industry sectors. During his distinguished 18 year career at Color Box, Bob earned many accolades as an account executive and developed outstanding customer relationships in the cosmetics and health and beauty aids industries.
Bob’s career also includes five years as a Sales Executive at Atlantic Packaging.
“Bob Redden will be a tremendous asset to Curtis Packaging and our sales organization,” commented Donald R. Droppo Chairman & CEO. “His extensive knowledge of the package printing industry combined with his 25 years of experience in the cosmetics and HBA sectors will prove to be of great value to our customers.”
Bob attended Bryant College in Smithfield, RI.
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