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La Crosse Seed hires Garrett Knebel

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Knebel will work for the company’s sales team covering Northern Indiana.

| July 10, 2014

LA CROSSE, Wis. - La Crosse Seed has hired Garrett Knebel to their sales team. He will cover Northern Indiana, helping customers with their forage, turf and cover crop seed needs. The current regional sales manager for Indiana, Joe Kelich, will continue to work with customers in Southern Indiana and Kentucky.

Knebel graduated from Oklahoma State University with a bachelor’s degree in animal science. His previous experience involves work as a territory business manager in North Dakota and Minnesota, selling forage, turf, and cover crop seed. Prior to that, Knebel worked at INTX Microbials as the director of marketing, giving him experience in the seed treatment and inoculants business.

“I am excited to be joining the experienced La Crosse Seed team and for the opportunity to represent La Crosse Seed in Northern Indiana,” Knebel says. “I look forward to combining my knowledge and experience with the quality products they offer to provide expertise and service to the agricultural communities within Indiana.”

Patrick Reed, director of sales for La Crosse Seed, comments, “We are thrilled to be able to welcome Garrett Knebel to our team of expert regional salesmen.  His vast background and education will be a great addition to La Crosse Seed and I believe Garrett will provide excellent training, support, and assistance to our customers in Northern Indiana.”
 

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