Local Mary Kay sales director earns recognition

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Disa Nelson of Sandpoint, a Mary Kay independent sales director, is driving a sporty new ride on the road to success.

Nelson earned the use of a Ford Mustang, Mary Kay’s newest addition to the career car program, as a result of her outstanding achievements in operating her independent Mary Kay business.

For nearly 50 years, Mary Kay has been committed to offering on-trend, high-performing color cosmetics and skin care products, and this same commitment was applied to selecting the Ford Mustang as a Mary Kay career car option for the independent sales force. For a limited time, the revered, American-made Ford Mustang joins the coveted signature pink Cadillac as well as other Mary Kay Career Car options available to top-performing, qualifying Mary Kay Independent Sales Directors who earn the use of these Mary Kay Career Cars.

In keeping with Mary Kay’s preeminence as a leader in providing women with an unparalleled opportunity and desirable business incentives, Mary Kay Inc. continues to upgrade the options available to star performers in the independent sales force. Since the Career Car Program’s inception in 1969, more than 120,000 independent sales force members have either qualified or re-qualified to earn the use of a Mary Kay career car. Currently, more than 5,600 Mary Kay career cars are on the road nationwide.

Nelson began her Mary Kay business as an independent beauty consultant in 1981 and as a direct result of her accomplishments, became an independent sales director in 1989.  As an independent sales director, she chooses to provide education, leadership and motivation to other Mary Kay independent beauty consultants.

Nelson took delivery of the new Ford Mustang, her 14th Mary Kay career car, at Rokstad Ford in Ponderay. Independent sales directors earn the use of Mary Kay career cars through outstanding business achievements.

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