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Appearance Plus Execs presented with STAR Award 2004
Monday, November 29, 2004

Angie Miller and Lesa Myres Honored by Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati

Cincinnati, OH – November 29, 2004 – At Appearance Plus Cleaners, doing business has always been about more than just providing cleaning services. Although customers depend on Appearance Plus for clean carpets and spotless garments, Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati also depends on Appearance Plus to make the best of a tough situation.

Angie Miller and Lesa Myres, both executives at Appearance Plus Cleaners, were recently awarded with STAR Awards for 2004 because of work each did to promote and coordinate a donation program with Assistance League. Appearance Plus and the cleaner’s 10,000 customers recently joined Miller and Myres in providing personal care products for use in Assistance League’s assault survivor and domestic violence project. For two months, Appearance Plus collected several thousand toiletry items for kits prepared and distributed by Assistance League to Greater Cincinnati hospitals and shelters dealing with victims of assault and rape.

“ Our customers can be proud that they have played a key role in helping and making a difference in the lives of their fellow Cincinnatians and of the efforts made by Angie and Lesa,” Appearance Plus COO Jon Lindy said. “Appearance Plus strives to be involved in our communities and assist others when they need it – from collecting coats and blankets to recycling poly bags. We encourage nonprofit organizations to contact us with fundraising ideas.”

“Their generosity, philanthropic spirit and vision of how they wanted to help others make Angie Miller and Lesa Myres ideal candidates for the STAR 2004 Award,” says Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati President Audrey Stehle. “The fact that Angie and Lesa wanted to incorporate Appearance Plus Cleaners customers in the program is amazing and really made the effort successful.”

This is the second year the STAR Awards have been presented by Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati. Miller and Myres are two of the six 2004 recipients selected by the Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati Board. Other employees of Appearance Plus who volunteered for this project are Teresa Lucas, Shauna Mearkle, Laura Condo and John Curso.


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