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Dean Blechman

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Occupation  Founder & Host of The Dean Blechman Show

Similar  Sean Stone, Steve Blechman, David Zinczenko

Dean Blechman is an American businessman, movie producer, entrepreneur, and currently the Founder and Host of The Dean Blechman Show.

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Overview

Blechman was one of the founding family members of TWINLAB, one of the world's largest producers of nutritional supplements and wellness products. Blechman was part of the launch of a Donald Trump company called The Trump Network, a health and wellness multi-level marketing company that was started by Ideal Health.

Career at TWINLAB

Blechman joined TWINLAB in 1979 after graduating Monmouth College as their first fully dedicated salesperson, eventually becoming Executive Vice President of Sales with the company.

Notable achievements

In the early 1990s Blechman served as Director and Board Member of the National Nutritional Foods Association (NNFA). He was a key strategist and lobbyist for the NNFA and was influential in the team that was responsible for the passage in 1994 of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act through the United States Congress and Senate. This bill still stands today as one of the most important pieces of legislation in the Health Food and Natural Food Supplement Industry.

In 1998 he was honored by Ernst & Young with the Entrepreneur of the Year Award. A tribute to him based on his great vision and the leadership he contributed to TWINLAB over the years.

The Dean Blechman Show

Blechman is currently the host of his own online radio talk show where he speaks to guests from all over the world on an array of topics including sports, lifestyle, politics, entertainment, business, family and current affairs.

Filmography

Blechman is an executive producer on the film Greystone Park, a horror film written and directed by Oliver Stone's son Sean Stone and released in 2012.

References

Dean Blechman Wikipedia