Linda and Harvey Vechery

Linda and Harvey Vechery's House

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By jdubble07 @ 2012-06-17 06:08:29
Linda and Harvey Vechery founded Key Brands in 1974. Key Brands International has been instrumental in the development, launch and distribution of some of the most innovative and successful product lines in the highly competitive professional and consumer products industry.

Key Brands has built a fine family hair care products, including its number one selling Freeze It hair sprays, mousse and gels. Their flagship brand, Vital Care, continues to have consistent positive sales growth in major retail chains throughout the United States, including CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Wal-Mart, Target, Kmart, Supervalu/Albertsons and Kroger/Ralphs/Food 4 Less.
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@ 2012-06-17 06:09:44
In 2009, the Vechery's sued Tagg Romney, son of Mitt Romney, for defrauding shareholders of a corporation he controlled. The lawsuit alleged that in 2004 Romney conspired to defraud the plaintiffs into paying $100,000 to Romney and other shareholders by making false promises that the plaintiffs would be paid their fair share of the corporation’s distributions.