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WAS THERE EVER A "VISION" AT THE NATIONAL MANGO BOARD ???









Two members of National Mango Board from same company end their terms








Bill Vogel President of The Vision Companies and Ronnie Cohen Vice President / Partner of Vision Import Group have ended their run of involvement with the National Mango Board.




 Both had tenures as the Chairman of the Board and served as members after the appointment ended.















Bill Vogel

Bill Vogel was quoted as saying,  "Witnessing this diverse board rise to the acclaimed success that the industry proclaims has been a true joy. Good friends and great times made the work all that more rewarding. I think Ron and I contributed effectively to the continued and future success of NMB and the growth of positive consumer experience. Simply, we love the mango business.”











Ronald Cohen

Ronnie Cohen said, "It is both sweet and sour that I ended 6 years of service on my 2 terms at the National Mango Board. The sweet side is that I have grown both personally and professionally and have met so many in our industry, while making many friends. The sour is that I will be missing all of the comradery during those meetings.”











Members National Mango Board













Contact:
Donald Souther
Vice President of Marketing and Sales Development
Vision Produce Companies
Tel (+1) 213-622-4435
Donald@visionproduceco.com
www.visionproduceco.com




Publication date: 11/20/2015






http://www.freshplaza.com/article/149430/Two-members-of-National-Mango-Board-end-their-terms




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