NovaLash Wins the Better Business Bureau Award of Distinction

Chief operating officer Beth Fetzer, founder and CEO Sophy Merszei, and product development coordinator Vanessa Max accept the Better Business Bureau Award of Distinction for Novalash.NovaLash, a global distributor of eyelash extension products, was awarded the Better Business Bureau (BBB) Award of Distinction prize in the Personal Services and Products category. The BBB 24th Awards for Excellence ceremony was held on May 11 at the Bayou City Event Center in Houston, TX. BBB sets standards for ethical business behavior and these awards recognize companies in the Greater Houston Area for their achievements and commitment to overall excellence and quality in the workplace. Other companies that received the BBB Award of Distinction prize this year, included Global Healing Center, which offers organic products and home health equipment, Heather's Mobile Pet Salon, an at-home grooming salon service, Luminess Direct, an airbrush cosmetic brand, and Surgiquip Solutions, a medical equipment and supply company. “We are thrilled to win this prestigious award for the 2nd year in a row,” says CEO Sophy Merszei. “Quality does not just happen. It is the result of thoughtful ongoing concern, sincere effort, and skillful execution of a talented team. I am very proud of my team at NovaLash.” 

Founded in 2004 by biologist and cosmetic chemist Merszei, NovaLash is committed to providing safe, beautiful, flawless eyelash extensions for its consumers. Its products are available in thousands of salons and spas across the U.S., and in more than 40 other countries worldwide. NovaLash training courses led by experienced beauty professionals are also available in all 50 states. Visit NovaLash for more information on products, educational opportunities, and its annual LASHoff contest

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