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Schiller Grounds Care adds three new members to sales team

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New regional managers will serve the West Coast and Northeast.

| August 3, 2010

SOUTHAMPTON, Penn. - Schiller Grounds Care introduced several new members to its sales team. Schiller Grounds Care manufacturers BOB-CAT, Bunton, Classen, Little Wonder, mantis, Ryan and Steiner brand landscaping equipment.

Bert Albing will serve as regional sales manager for the West Coast. Albing, previously from Shindaiwa, comes to Schiller with more than 20 years experience in the power equipment industry. He will be responsible for enhancing distribution relations and increasing sales in his region.

Ken Loder will serve as regional sales manager in the Northeast. He will be responsible for increasing sales, improving customer satisfaction and exceeding sales targets for all product lines in the region. His strong sales and marketing experience attained at Wright Manufacturing and Giant-Vac will aid him in achieving his goals at Schiller.

Freeman Geiser took a brief hiatus from Steiner, but he is now back and serving as the brand’s sales manager. He previously spent 19 years at Steiner and was instrumental in growing the brand through product development and dealer network expansion.

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