Wilmington, DE (February 7, 2013) – Michael Ambrosino, of New Rochelle, New York, has received an All-American Scholarship for his outstanding sales achievement with Vector Marketing, the company that sells Cutco Cutlery. With more than 40,000 sales representatives, Ambrosino ranked #8, for the most recent campaign. This is the third time he has won a scholarshp since he began working with Vector in June 2010.
The Vector Marketing All-American scholarship program salutes those students who have excelled in their roles as sales representatives, while maintaining the demanding life of a college student. Each year, Vector recognizes its top 100 sales representatives, during three separate scholarship competitions.
Ambrosino is a junior marketing major at Iona College in New Rochelle, New York. He began working with Vector in 2010 after a sports injury. The income has allowed him to pay for his school tuition and intends to graduate debt-free in 2014. In addition to his sales achievements, Ambrosino has worked as a Vector assistant manager for each fall and spring campaign since 2010. He also ran a Vector summer branch office in the summers of 2011 and 2012.
“Vector has taught me to be thankful for all that I have and has allowed me to see that I do have control over my finances. I’ve gained intangibles that are necessary to succeed in the business world. Once I graduate debt-free, thanks to my Vector income, I will begin building my wealth,” says Ambrosino.
About CUTCO Cutlery & Vector Marketing
Vector Marketing Corporation, a subsidiary of CUTCO Corporation headquartered in Olean, NY, is the exclusive marketer of CUTCO® Cutlery and accessories, which are sold directly to consumers via in-home demonstrations. The company has an extensive leadership training and life skills development program in place to encourage its college-student reps to not only succeed with sales of its products but to equip them with the tools and lessons necessary to succeed in life. To view Vector’s All-American Scholarship campaign, visit Work for Students or contact the Academic Programs office at (800) 865-1575.