L’Occitane en Provence, which has imprinted its products’ packaging with Braille since 1997, was honored at the American Foundation for the Blind’s 15th Annual Helen Keller Achievement awards Oct. 1.
At the evening gala, held at Manhattan’s Marriott Marquis, AFB president and chief executive officer, Carl R. Augusto, called L’Occitane a “driving force in advocating for those with vision loss worldwide,” as he presented the award for Corporate Responsibility to Reinold Geiger, president of L’Occitane.
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