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Red Carpet Manicure launches new shades for summer

BY Antoinette Alexander

HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. — Red Carpet Manicure nail care brand has announced the launch of “Sweet Indulgence,” a six-shade limited-edition collection of LED nail gel polishes for summer.

The line is available now at RedCarpetManicure.com and will roll out in June at Ulta Beauty Stores and Ulta.com.
 
The pastel palette draws inspiration directly from top designer fashion week shows and includes a range of warm hues like peach and lavender to trace elements of pink and sea foam tones.
 
“After coming off of a successful red carpet award season where celebrities chose Red Carpet Manicure shades of ‘Only in Hollywood’ and ‘Dripping in Luxury,’ it’s time to transition into summer with new on-trend colors,” stated Barry Shields, managing partner of Red Carpet Manicure. “Our brand embraces change and after a very long winter, we know that consumers are definitely ready to lighten up.”
 
As a way of creating an eye-catching look, celebrity manicurist Christina Aviles has already tested out the “Sweet Indulgence” collection and recommends color blocking.

 

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CVS Caremark’s David Denton joins Coach board of directors

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK — Luxury accessories design house Coach has announced the appointment of David Denton, EVP and CFO of CVS Caremark, to is board.

The company also appointed William Nuti, who was named chairman, CEO and president of NCR Corp., to the board. The appointments of Nuti and Denton brings to 11 the number of board members.

“We are extremely pleased that Bill Nuti and Dave Denton have agreed to join our board. As Coach continues to transform into a global modern luxury lifestyle brand, we are confident that their respective business experience, strategic insight and leadership skills will prove particularly valuable to us,” stated Victor Luis, CEO of Coach.

Denton joined CVS Caremark in 1999 and has held various managerial roles throughout the company. Previously, Denton was SVP and controller/chief accounting officer of CVS Caremark and served as CFO and controller for PharmaCare, CVS’ legacy PBM subsidiary. In addition, while at CVS Caremark, he has held positions in corporate treasury, financial planning and analysis and corporate finance.

 

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Navarro Discount Pharmacy launches mobile health station

BY Antoinette Alexander

MIAMI — Navarro Discount Pharmacy has launched a new Mobile Health Station, aimed at improving the community’s health across South Florida by offering free health screenings and the opportunity to get various immunizations — such as the flu, shingles and pneumonia vaccines — at discounted rates.

“As a community based pharmacy, we want to take action to improve the health of all people in Miami-Dade and Broward counties,” stated Albert Garcia, Navarro’s EVP of pharmacy and president of Navarro Health Services. “By branching out into the community, the Mobile Health Station provides people an easy way to connect with physicians, Navarro pharmacists and other health providers to address their health concerns and learn how to take better care of themselves.”

Throughout the year, the Mobile Health Station will travel to different neighborhoods and participate in events throughout South Florida. People will be able to receive a variety of health services, such as free health screenings that include tests for glucose, total cholesterol, body mass index and bone density and immunizations for the flu and shingles. Doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists and health care providers will staff Navarro’s Mobile Health Station.

 

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