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Hunter Industries names new VP of operations

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Greg Hunter previously served as VP of marketing.

| March 1, 2012

Greg Hunter has been promoted from vice president of marketing to vice president of operations for Hunter Industries. In this expanded roll, Hunter will be responsible for executing company strategy and optimizing the day-to-day operations for all Hunter business units. He will also oversee the Hunter executive leadership team and report directly to CEO and President, Richard Hunter.

Richard Hunter said he is excited for the change because, “It will allow me to shift more of my focus onto intermediate and long-term strategy and opportunities. We are very proud of the steady, reliable growth we have been able to maintain over the years. This change will afford us the ability to track and pursue opportunities while at the same time maintain a steady base of operations across all of our current interests.”

Greg Hunter assumes this role having held leadership positions within several departments at Hunter including engineering, product management, information systems and marketing. He is also a member of the Irrigation Association’s board of directors and is involved with a number of other associations and non-profit groups.

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