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Dave Zitnak Of Upsher-Smith Laboratories Named Branded Representative Of The Year By McKesson Corporation
Date:5/22/2012

MAPLE GROVE, Minn., May 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Upsher-Smith Laboratories, Inc. announced today that Senior National Account Manager, Dave Zitnak received the prestigious McKesson Branded Pharmaceutical Representative of the Year Award at the annual McKesson National Sales Conference in Las Vegas, NV on May 8, 2012.  The award was presented by Greg Yonko, Senior Vice President of Purchasing at McKesson. 

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San Francisco, CA-based McKesson, one of the largest pharmaceutical distributors in North America, distributing one-third of the medicines used every day, selected Zitnak as its Branded Pharmaceutical Representative of the Year for consistently demonstrating the attributes of collaboration, problem solving and ability to create win-win opportunities. 

Zitnak recently celebrated his 20th year with Upsher-Smith and has been calling on McKesson for six years.  He began his career as a sales representative, moving into positions of increasing responsibility including District Sales Manager and Manager of Sales Operations.

"We are honored that McKesson recognized Dave with its prestigious Branded Pharmaceutical Representative of the Year Award," said Tom Burke, COO, Upsher-Smith Laboratories.  "Dave's commitment to his customers has consistently earned him the reputation of being a highly trusted partner in the industry and reflects Upsher-Smith's unwavering commitment to our partnerships with all of our wholesaler customers."

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Upsher-Smith Laboratories, Inc. is a privately held, U.S.-based company devoted to improving health and advancing wellness since 1919.  Upsher-Smith demonstrates its commitment to meeting the healthcare needs of its customers by developing, producing and marketing consumer and prescription products.  In addition to i
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