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Barry Pedler is now the vice president, international sales.

| December 17, 2013

SAN MARCOS, Calif - Hunter Industries announces that Barry Pedler, who oversees Hunter Industries' international sales efforts, has been promoted to Vice President, International Sales.

"We are pleased to announce this well-deserved promotion for Barry Pedler," says Greg Hunter, President of Hunter Industries. "Mr. Pedler and his team lead the industry in producing world-class customer service and sales results. His participation as a Vice President will help Hunter stay focused on our international growth opportunities."

Pedler has been with Hunter Industries since 1994, holding several international sales and marketing roles covering many diverse regions. "His 20 years with Hunter Industries is an excellent example of our field teams' tenure and expertise in the markets we serve," says Hunter Industries Vice President of Sales, Steve Abernethy.

Pedler graduated from The University of Adelaide in South Australia and holds a master's degree in business administration from California State University. He has worked in the irrigation industry for more than 30 years.

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