Legend Brands sponsors award

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BURLINGTON, WA — Legend Brands has sponsored one of this year's Outstanding Cleaning Worker Awards, granted by the Simon Institute, according to a press release.

This year's recipient of the award is Melody Hartford, the (OS1) Certified Trainer for the DEA and FBI Training Academies operated by Rappahannock Goodwill Industries Inc., the release stated.

"She took charge of the (OS1) pilot and never looked back. It is because of her dedication and attention to detail that the (OS1) program at the DEA and FBI has been so successful," said John Walker, president of ManageMen, the organization that created (OS1) Process for Cleaning.

According to the release, the Outstanding Cleaning Workers Award is presented annually by the Simon Institute at the Simon Institute Symposium.

Recipients of the award "must display a commitment to professional pride and care; be self-motivated and accountable; demonstrate a positive, conscientious and considerate attitude toward customers, fellow employees and others; provide continual outstanding performance and consistently demonstrate excellence in the performance of the job," the release noted.

Click here to read the release in its entirety.

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