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P&G Professional's Tomblin Elected to ISSA Board

October 9, 2007
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Cincinnati, October 9, 2007 – Procter & Gamble Professional™, the away-from-home division of Procter & Gamble, announces Alan Tomblin’s election to the International Sanitary Supply Association (ISSA) Board of Directors. Tomblin will serve as the Manufacturer Director and will work with the ISSA Board to help manage the business and affairs of the Association.

"The participation of Procter & Gamble in ISSA leadership is important to us, and we are pleased to have such a prominent player in our industry helping to guide the future of this association," said John Garfinkel, ISSA executive director. "We also are very happy to have someone as talented and experienced as Alan Tomblin serving on the ISSA Board of Directors. He has been a strong supporter of our association as well as of our distributor members, and we are delighted to have someone of his talent and expertise providing valuable input that will benefit our members."

“I am honored to be elected to the ISSA Board of Directors,” Tomblin said. “I look forward to contributing my own experiences and working with ISSA members to develop solutions for our industry.”

Tomblin currently serves as North American Sales Manager for P&G Professional’s janitorial, sanitation and lodging segments in Cincinnati. He is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a degree from the Terry College of Business, and he earned a Master of Business Administration from Xavier University. Additionally, Tomblin completed the ISSA University of Industrial Distribution in 1999.

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