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Top honour for businesswoman

Deb Liebholz, Peninsula representative for jewelry creators/marketers Silpada Designs, has been named the company’s top independent representative for personal sales in Canada.

The award was announced at Silpada’s national conference last month in Toronto.

Liebholz, who joined the company in 2009, was also recognized as number one in personal sales for B.C.

She also raised the third highest donations in Canada for the Juvenile Diabetes Association through Silpada’s fundraising program of selling polishing cloths.

The company’s collection jewelry is marketed in Canada, the U.S. and the U.K.

 

 

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