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Two members of the senior management team have been promoted.

| May 12, 2014

Hesston, Kan. -- Excel Industries has announced several promotions within the company’s senior management team. Adam Mullet, director of marketing has been promoted to vice president of Sales and Marketing USA and Brent Edmisten, vice president of Global Supply Chain and Quality will assume the responsibilities of Engineering as VP of Global Supply Chain, Quality and Engineering.

Mr. Mullet’s primary focus will be marketing and sales of the Hustler Turf brand in the United States. He joined Excel in retail sales in 2001 and held the position of director of marketing since August 2006. Mr. Mullet previously served as product manager and territory sales manager.

Mr. Edmisten joined Excel as vice president of Global Supply Chain and Quality in July 2012. Prior to joining Excel, Mr. Edmisten held executive leadership positions at Cessna Aircraft Company and most recently Hawker Beechcraft Corporation as vice president of Supply Chain Operations.

“Adam and Brent have made significant contributions to the global success and growth of Excel Industries,” said Paul Mullet, CEO and president of Excel Industries. “Their leadership and vision will help ensure that Excel continues to grow around the world.”

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