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Dow AgroSciences hires new employees

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The company has hired two sales representatives to their turf and ornamental team.

| August 8, 2014

INDIANAPOLIS — Dow AgroSciences has announced the addition of two sales representatives to the Turf & Ornamental (T&O) team.

Tyler Patton has accepted a role in Maryland after joining Dow AgroSciences last June as a T&O sales trainee covering eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. In his new territory, Patton will assist customers in Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. He received a bachelor’s degree in turfgrass science from Penn State University.
 

Patton replaces Lucinda Smetana, who has accepted a role in Indianapolis supporting the North America Regional Commercial Unit and Global Business Units.
   
The business also welcomes Elyssa Trejo, who will cover the Pacific Northwest. Trejo started with Dow AgroSciences as a sales trainee in Indianapolis working with teams for the Enlist Weed Control System and Tech Transfer. She most recently worked as a crop protection sales trainee in the Northeast district. Trejo graduated from Oregon State University with a degree in toxicology. She will live in Portland, Ore., and assist customers in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington and western Wyoming.

Trejo replaces Greg Webster, who has relocated to Indianapolis as a training manager.
 

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