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Dosatron names regional sales manager

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Christopher Lundgren will join the company's horticulture department.

| January 2, 2014

CLEARWATER, Fla. – Dosatron International, Inc., with corporate offices in Clearwater, Florida, has named Christopher Lundgren as Regional Sales Manager - Horticulture.

Chris brings over 10 years of horticulture experience to Dosatron, beginning as a grower and working his way into management and business development for an industry leading irrigation automation specialist. He is very knowledgeable with the commercial growing process and is forward thinking regarding new technologies. He has built strong relationships with his customers over the years by keeping service and support as a main focus, and now looks forward to building relationships with new and existing Dosatron customers.

“I am excited to start 2014 by being part of the great team at Dosatron. With a decade of horticultural experience, my goal is to bring an added value to the client base by providing them with the knowledge I have gained, along with the excellent service and support that Dosatron customers have come to love.”

As the Regional Sales Manager – Horticulture, Chris will travel throughout North America. He resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado and enjoys the great Colorado outdoors and scenic nature it offers. His hobbies include playing bass guitar and gardening at home.

To speak with Chris, or for more information, contact Dosatron International at 800-523-8499, or visit Dosatron’s website at www.dosatronusa.com.

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