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New ‘Buck Balm’ positioned as the first beard balm designed for hunters

BY Antoinette Alexander

PASADENA, Md. — Beard balm for deer hunters? Yep.

BeardBrothers, a U.S. army veteran-owned company based out of Pasadena, Md., has created Buck Balm, a new type of beard care product developed specifically for deer hunters.

According to the company, Buck Balm provides UV protection, attracts deer, covers the hunter's scent, can act as an insect repellent and is long lasting to keep the hunter’s facial hair from drying out.

Buck Balm's scent is strong enough for the deer to smell but not so strong that it would be overbearing, the company stated. As an added bonus, Buck Balm is a deterrent to insects and can also be used for bear and raccoon hunting.

Available at BeardBrothersLLC.com, the products are made in the United States with organic and all-natural ingredients.

The price? “Less than a tank of gas,” according to the company.
 

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Kroger taps e-commerce vet for new role as SVP new business development

BY Michael Johnsen

CINCINNATI — Kroger on Tuesday named Alex Tosolini to serve in the newly created role of SVP new business development, effective Nov. 3.
 
In this position, Tosolini will lead a strategic process to identify, evaluate and develop new opportunities that capitalize on Kroger's assets and contribute to the company's continued growth and financial performance. He will report to the CEO.
 
"Alex's unique skills and insights, ranging from strategic planning to brand management to general management, will enhance our efforts to accelerate Kroger's growth," said Rodney McMullen, Kroger CEO.  "Alex will be an outstanding addition to our leadership team."
 
Tosolini has 24 years of experience as a global business executive for Procter & Gamble, most recently serving as SVP global e-business and VP global e-commerce. He has had numerous leadership positions for P&G throughout his career, in the United States and internationally, as well as managed the development of products and services in many lines of business.
 
Born and raised in Italy, Tosolini earned a degree in business administration at Bocconi University in Milan before beginning his career with P&G in the United Kingdom in 1990. He lives in Cincinnati with his wife and two children.
 
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Kroger taps e-commerce vet for new role as SVP new business development

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CINCINNATI — Kroger on Tuesday named Alex Tosolini to serve in the newly created role of SVP new business development, effective Nov. 3.
 
In this position, Tosolini will lead a strategic process to identify, evaluate and develop new opportunities that capitalize on Kroger's assets and contribute to the company's continued growth and financial performance. He will report to the CEO.
 
"Alex's unique skills and insights, ranging from strategic planning to brand management to general management, will enhance our efforts to accelerate Kroger's growth," said Rodney McMullen, Kroger CEO.  "Alex will be an outstanding addition to our leadership team."
 
Tosolini has 24 years of experience as a global business executive for Procter & Gamble, most recently serving as SVP global e-business and VP global e-commerce. He has had numerous leadership positions for P&G throughout his career, in the United States and internationally, as well as managed the development of products and services in many lines of business.
 
Born and raised in Italy, Tosolini earned a degree in business administration at Bocconi University in Milan before beginning his career with P&G in the United Kingdom in 1990. He lives in Cincinnati with his wife and two children.
 
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