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Danielle Lavallee-Wasson is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Professional

ARLINGTON, Texas, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Danielle Lavallee-Wasson is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Professional in the fields of Manufacturing and International Sales. Danielle is the Director of International Sales with Bullfrog International.

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Founded in 1996, Bullfrog International, LC, is headquartered in the greater Salt Lake City, Utah metro area. Bullfrog designs and manufactures the world's only hot tubs with the patented JetPak Therapy System™. One of the primary features of the JetPak Therapy System are the JetPaks themselves. JetPaks are modular jetted seatbacks, which allow the user to customize, interchange and upgrade their hot tub's jetting at anytime, providing the most advanced hydrotherapy in its class. Bullfrog Spas® are built to last with their EnduraFrame™ synthetic non-wood construction. They are the most energy efficient in their class and can be used year round in any climate.

As Director of International Sales, Danielle works closely with major account management and business and sales training. She is responsible for the development of international distribution of Bullfrog portable spas via B2B and B2C companies and distributors. Major accounts include Villeroy & Boch in Europe, Spa Industries' Just Spas in Australia, IPG, a buying group of independent pool and spa retailers in Canada. A wholesale and retail professional, Danielle has additional expertise in small business coaching, business development, marketing strategy, and more. Her success with distributors and dealers lies in the unparalleled customer care and signature innovation offered by Bullfrog Spas.

Moreover, she maintains affiliation with the National Association of Professional Women, The Association of Pool and Spa Professionals (APSP), Canadian Pool and Spa Association (CPSA), and NSPI of South Africa and the ACPQ. In 2013/2014 she was recognized as Professional Woman of the Year for Leadership in Sales by the NAPW.

In her spare time, Danielle enjoys writing, photography, traveling, and gourmet cooking. Her greatest passion is in helping others succeed which inspired her to write: "How to increase retail sales: And win against big box stores", found on Amazon Kindle, iBookstore, Barnes and Noble and Lulu. Her latest training publication is a series called "30 Seconds to Greatness" which provides quick tips to prompt immediate, purpose driven actions to improve performance and increase retail sales. 30 Seconds to Greatness was designed for the person who is searching for answers and not pages and pages of research. It is a collection of introductions and conclusions.

On a very exclusive basis, Danielle provides sales seminars and sales coaching for retailers seeking to improve their performance. Her approach is simple, focused and effective.

Throughout the course of her educational career, she earned a Master of Business Administration in International Business Management from the University of Phoenix, and a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Human Resources from the University of Ottawa. Danielle is fluent in French and English.

For further inquiries, please visit www.bullfrogspas.com, and for additional insight on Danielle and her international sales career, feel free to visit www.dlwasson.com. You can find more information on Danielle at the following websites:  http://www.30secondstogreatness.com, http://twitter.com/danielletxqc, http://ww.linkedin.com/in/daniellewasson , http://www.facebook.com/IncreaseRetailSales ,https://plus.google.com/+Dlwasson, and http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/wassonator.

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Continental Who's Who has become one of the most respected and trusted publishers around the globe.  We spotlight thousands of professional individuals and organizations each year who "stand-out" in their specific field.  Included are executives and officials in business, science, education, philanthropy, religion, government, the fourth estate, finance, law, engineering, authors, the musically talented elite as well as numerous additional industries.

Our mission at Continental Who's Who is to provide an exclusive internationally recognized world-class forum where members can create social, professional and business relationships.  We provide resources, information and represent an atmosphere and opportunity to network, consult, showcase, educate, and empower, allowing for establishing new business relations to increase future success.  We are committed to delivering the highest quality service to all our established members.

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