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Natchez woman earns Silpada top sales honor

LENEXA, Kan. — Brandae Miller of Natchez achieved top honors at Silpada’s National Conference.

Miller was awarded third place in “personal sales” after reporting the third highest number in personal sales over the 2012-2013 sales year.

Miller achieved this award out of more than 30,000 other Silpada design representatives. Miller received this honor July 26, at the Silpada Designs 2013 National Conference in Kansas City, Mo. This year’s conference marked the company’s 16th anniversary.

“Brandae’s success and determination has empowered women across the country,” said Bonnie Kelly, co-founder of Silpada Designs. “We couldn’t have been more proud and excited to award her with Silpada’s “No. 3 personal sales” award.

Miller was also awarded with the recruiting consistency award and the exceptional party consistency award at this year’s national conference.

Lenexa-based Silpada Designs is the largest sterling silver jewelry home party company in the United States and Canada.

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