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International Consulting Group Receives Coveted Sales Award

Sales and marketing company receives "Campaign Cup" for sales excellence

OMAHA, Neb., March 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- International Consulting Group, an Omaha-based sales and marketing company, announced that they have earned a sales award, called a "Campaign Cup," for their outstanding work with a client in the telecommunications industry. 

International Consulting Group wins sales achievement award.

International Consulting Group, headed by President Richard Drach, was selected to win the award based on the ongoing, outstanding results and quality delivered to the client. Among other sales offices working on the same campaign, International Consulting Group was the top performer.

"This honor is such a great recognition – for myself and for my hardworking team," said Richard Drach. "It demonstrates how committed we are to the success of the client and our company. I'm excited for the year ahead and everything we will continue to accomplish."

International Consulting Group is focused on delivering top-tier results to clients, forming long-lasting, focused, and positive relationships.

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About International Consulting Group
International Consulting Group provides sales and marketing results to the Fortune 500 community.  By outsourcing their sales and marketing, clients are able to focus their attention on other sectors of the company. For more information, go to www.icgomaha.com.

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Richard Drach


(402) 505-3732

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