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New York Mills Mary Kay rep earns sixth pink Cadillac for high sales

Mary Kay independent sales consultant Jennifer Koennicke receives a 2009 Pink Cadillac from Nereson Cadillac sales director Jerome Tappe in Detroit Lakes on Monday. Koennicke has earned a pink Cadillac six times for her sales numbers.

In honor of her career achievements, Mary Kay Independent Sales Director Jennifer Koennicke of New York Mills has earned the use of the exclusive Mary Kay pink Cadillac, the most coveted incentive awarded by the Company.

The new Cadillac comes in pearlized pink - a color unique to the Mary Kay Career Car Program.

Jennifer and her family have chosen the 2009 Cadillac DTS, which is one of three Cadillac models available for her to choose from.

Mary Kay Independent Sales Directors who earn the use of a pink Cadillac can choose from the CTS, SRX and DTS models. Mary Kay career car qualifiers also have the option of choosing a $900 monthly cash compensation in lieu of the car.

In keeping with the company's preeminence as a leader in providing women with an unparalleled business opportunity and desirable business incentives, Mary Kay continues to elevate its image by upgrading the options available to star performers in the independent sales force.

In addition to the pearlized pink Cadillac for its top leadership, Mary Kay. also offers an opportunity for consultants to earn the use of the Pontiac G6 or Vibe.

Sales Directors can earn either the Saturn Aura XE or Vue AWD.

Currently, out of a sales force of 1.5 million, there are more than 6,000 Mary Kay career cars are on the road nationwide with only 1,500 of those being pink Cadillac's.

Along with family and some of her local consultants, Koennicke took delivery of the new Cadillac, the sixth Mary Kay career car she's earned during her eleven year career, at Nereson Chevrolet/Cadillac in Detroit Lakes on Sept. 29.

Independent Sales Directors earn the use of Mary Kay career cars through outstanding sales achievements by themselves and through their unit of consultants.

Koennicke has earned the use of a new career car every two years since she began her business in 1997.

During her career Koennicke has assisted several of her consultants in earning a total of fourteen free vehicles.

Two consultants from the local area recently earned Pontiac G6's. Laura Richter from Perham, earned her first free vehicle and Molly Richter from New York Mills, is currently driving her third free vehicle.

Koennicke began her Mary Kay business as an Independent Beauty Consultant in 1997 and as a direct result of her accomplishments, earned her first career car nine months later.

Four months later she moved into the top 2 percemt of the company, as a Sales Director, and was able to leave her position as a Medical Technologist at the Douglas County Hospital Laboratory to focus solely on her family and Mary Kay career.

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