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Atlantic Water Gardens hires director of product information

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Demi Fortuna brings 25 years of experience to new position.

| February 7, 2011

Atlantic Water Gardens is pleased to announce that Demi Fortuna has joined the Atlantic team as director of product information. With a background in construction and product management, Fortuna will be traveling and working with contractors and distributors alike in developing targeted Atlantic sales support materials.

“I’m delighted to be part of such a forward-thinking, nimble, progressive organization as Atlantic,” Fortuna said. Fortuna has over 25 years of experience in all aspects of water garden design and construction most notably in product research, development, sales and product training.

Fortuna brings with him 10 years of experience presenting complex topics via seminars and lectures in an accessible, enjoyable manner. His multicultural background will be an asset to further develop business interactions domestically as well as on a global scale.

“We are very excited to welcome Demi to our team at Atlantic Water Gardens,” said Jim Chubb, national sales manager at Atlantic Water Gardens. “Demi is an excellent addition to our staff as we continue to pride ourselves on our innovation, value, service and communication.”

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