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Ecologel expands sales team

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The company has hired two regional sales managers.

| April 7, 2014

OCALA, Fla. – Ecologel Solutions has expanded their sales team with the recent hire of Regional Sales Managers, Seann Correll and Robert Wilson. In this role, Correll and Wilson are responsible for driving sales in their respective territories by supporting local distributors and educating end users on Ecologel products. They will also play a key role in supporting local members of Ecologel’s Hydretain Advantage Program.

As the Northeast Regional Sales Manager, Correll will be representing Ecologel in New England and the Mid-Atlantic States. He is a Pennsylvania native who earned his bachelor’s degree in Turfgrass Science from Penn State University. With five years of experience as an Assistant Superintendent and eight years as a Golf Sales Representative, Correll brings a wealth of knowledge in turf management and sales experience to his new role with Ecologel.

As the South Central Regional Sales Manager, Wilson will be representing Ecologel in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. He earned his bachelor's degree in Turfgrass Science from the Ohio State University and has spent the last five years as a distributor sales representative in the Dallas - Fort Worth area. He brings with him several years of experience in the turf and ornamental plant industry as well as many strong customer relationships.

 “We are excited to have Seann and Robert on board to support customers and distributors in both regions on a local level,” saID company President, Rick Irwin. “With prior experience in sales and turf management, they are both poised to be top contributors to the growth of Ecologel brands.”

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