Macy's Lundgren to be Honored at BRAG Event

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NEW YORK-Terry Lundgren, chairman, president and CEO of Macy's Inc., will receive the BRAG Business Achievement Award during the organization's Annual Scholarship and Awards Gala next month.

BRAG is a not for profit organization dedicated to the inclusion of African Americans and all people of color in retail and related industries. Each year as BRAG celebrates excellence in fashion and retail, it also awards scholarships to students who are interested in careers in the industry, have achieved academic success, and exhibit the financial need.

Lundgren will be honored along with Iman, CEO and founder of Iman Cosmetics, Skincare and Fragrances, and Alain Lafontant, who graduated from BRAG's internship program in 1996 and went on to become vice president of brand development for Sean John.

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