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Greg and Vera Muzzillo Named to Counselor Magazine's 2011 Power 50

Proforma is proud to announce Founder Greg Muzzillo and CEO Vera Muzzillo have maintained their status on Counselor Magazine’s Power 50 list, ranking #4. This is the third consecutive year the Muzzillos have earned a spot of this list.

Under the Muzzillos’ leadership, the Proforma network has increased sales in 2011 by nearly 10% over 2010 and more remarkably nearly 20% over 2009. In the past year, the company has also invested in the development of an innovative technology platform, launched “Team Proforma 400” a program geared toward Owners wanting to grow their businesses beyond $400,000, created new marketing programs and more. All of these new tools are designed to help Owners reach their goals and make their dreams come true.

“This is an honor for Vera and me. There are many impressive business leaders in this industry and we are proud to be consistently recognized among them,” said Greg Muzzillo. “We are also proud of all our Owners and Support Center staff. Their hard work and dedication has attributed to Proforma’s continued growth.”

The Counselor Power 50 is a group of executives who have redefined innovation at their companies, are setting the pace for the marketplace and whom other distributors and suppliers emulate in their best practices. Rankings are determined by a panel of editorial experts at the award-winning Counselor magazine.

“We have received many comments about the Counselor Power 50 list,” said Timothy M. Andrews, President and Chief Executive Officer of ASI. “Distributors and suppliers like to tell us who should move up or down in the rankings as well as who should be moved off the list entirely.”

This year’s Power 50 was announced at the fifth annual ASI Power Summit in Dana Point, Orange County, CA. The Power Summit is an exclusive event attended by more than 200 executives and business leaders from around the globe who discuss issues vital to the advertising specialty industry, identify best practices and determine ways in which the industry can productively move forward.

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