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Schiller Grounds Care expands retail, rental and national accounts sales team

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Schiller Grounds Care, Inc., manufacturer of BOB-CAT, Bunton, Classen, Little Wonder, Mantis, Ryan and Steiner brand landscaping, gardening and grounds care equipment, is proud to introduce several new members of the Schiller Sales Team.

Lawn & Landscape | March 3, 2010

Schiller Grounds Care, Inc., manufacturer of BOB-CAT, Bunton, Classen, Little Wonder, Mantis, Ryan and Steiner brand landscaping, gardening and grounds care equipment, is proud to introduce several new members of the Schiller Sales Team.

Lou Dalrymple, Director of Sales - Retail, Rental & National Accounts, comes to Schiller from Airlessco and Parks Corporation. Dalrymple will be responsible for planning, directing and coordinating Schiller retail, rental and national account strategies going forward, enhancing channel relations and increasing sales.
 
Charles Gershowitz and Roger Zimmerman, Technical Services Managers, join Rose Mary Becker, National Accounts Manager to round out the team. Reporting directly to Dalrymple, Gershowitz, Zimmerman and Becker will play an integral role in achieving channel growth goals.

“We continuously strive to improve services to our customers across the board at Schiller, building upon the sales channel support team is just one aspect of our corporate growth plan," said Diane Adams, Vice President of Sales and Marketing Support. “With innovative product enhancements and several new units introduced this past year, demand for Schiller Grounds Care products is growing and transcending sales channel barriers. We’re expanding upon our sales team to better meet the needs of our customers in these channels,” said Adams.
 

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