• C.J. Maxwell

Hudson entrepreneur gets nod of thanks from Premier Legault


A Hudson designer who recently gifted Quebec Premier François Legault some of her locally-made facemasks received a signed thank-you letter from him commending her entrepreneurial initiative.

A Hudson business owner recently received an official note of thanks from Quebec Premier François Legault after she gifted him three face masks made at her studio on Main Road.

Sylvie Neron, designer and owner of Sylvie Neron Design (S.N.D) shared the letter with The Journal which reads, in part, “I wanted to thank you for the three masks that you sent me on June 1. What a great tribute to name your models after members of your family. Thank you for these gifts, and know that I will keep them preciously.


I would like to congratulate your company, Sylvie Néron Design, for using its expertise and experience to design protective masks. As a former businessman, I have a special admiration for Quebec entrepreneurs, and I salute the efforts of your company to help curb the spread of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic.”

Neron’s non-medical masks are indeed named for her family members and are offered in a range of sizes and patterns.

Premier Legault’s letter concludes by saying, “Know that the confidence you have shown me goes straight to my heart. My team and I work every day with the health and safety of Quebecers as a priority. I hope to continue to earn this trust.”

For more info, see sylvienerondesign.com.