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Arborjet expands sales team

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The company adds two regional managers.

| April 12, 2011

WOBURN, Mass. – Arborjet has announced the addition of two new members to its sales team.  Lee Mangum, the Southwest Regional Manager and Dawn Ranchie Fluharty, the Northwest Regional Manager will support the company in the invasive pest management and plant health business across the western United States.

In his new position,  Mangum will focus his outreach in the Southern California market and in addition be responsible for Arizona, Utah, New Mexico and parts of Nevada. Mangum holds a B.S. in Parks Administration and holds his applicators license.  He has worked as a sales professional, has spent time as a golf course superintendent, was the director for the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program at Audubon International and most recently operated his own landscaping business in Temecula Calif.

As Northwestern Regional Sales Manager, Dawn Ranchie Fluharty, will be heavily focused on the Northern California and Colorado markets and will also have responsibility for Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and parts of Nevada.

Fluharty holds a B.S. degree in Environmental Horticulture Science and a minor in Soil Science. She has worked in Nursery production and in sales as an account manager for Wal-Mart and Lowes. Fluharty also held outside sales positions supporting Home Depot, Orchard supply and Ace Home Centers.

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