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Underhill signs Spartan Distributors

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Spartan will serve as new master stocking distributor for North Central region.

| October 11, 2011

Spartan Distributors has been named a master stocking distributor for the north central region by Underhill International, said Ed Underhill, president of the irrigation equipment manufacturer.

Spartan Distributors, which has been in business since 1947, offers a broad range of irrigation and maintenance products for golf courses, sports fields, parks and commercial and residential sites.

“This new partnership gives us the opportunity to expand our presence and product lines in a key region,” said Underhill. “Spartan Distributors is well-known for great customer service and for providing training and support.”

The Underhill line has expanded significantly over the last two years and includes a wide range of technically-advanced irrigation products, including 2Wire Control Systems, featuring the new Sapien 2Wire Controller; new M-160 Sport Field Installation Kits with all components for a synthetic turf irrigation system; expanded Profile golf nozzle line; and a wide range of irrigation accessories for sports fields and golf courses, including PelletPro and LiquidProapplicators.

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