AICO Honors Three at Holiday Event

PICO RIVERA, Calif.-AICO/Amini Innovations presented awards at its annual holiday party recently, with Jacqueline Moss, the company's director of fabric merchandising, winning its Employee of the Year Award.

"The essence of this award is in the acronym AICO, which stands for Attitude, Initiative, Commitment and Outstanding performance. Jackie consistently contributes new ideas while enthusiastically leading the charge in the merchandising of AICO's top-of-bed division," said AICO President, Martin Ploy.

The Spirit of Excellence was awarded to Leo Martinez, AICO's showroom coordinator.  "Leo plays a vital role in the staging of our showrooms," said Chuck Reilly, AICO's senior vice president of sales & marketing. "He is a true leader, and a valuable asset to the company."

 

The Partner in Progress award was presented to actress and artist Jane Seymour in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the design and branding of the collections within the Michael Amini and Jane Seymour, A Design Collaboration.  "Jane has great passion for design, and it really shines through when she talks about the product with our customers," said AICO CEO Michael Amini. "She has been an amazing partner, and I look forward to a long and lasting union."

AICO's design collaboration with Jane Seymour was launched in January 2010.

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