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Nutrients PLUS hires leader of distribution and development

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Jeff Thrasher brings 30 years of experience in the business to the position.

| November 3, 2010

VIRGINA BEACH, Va.  – Nutrients PLUS has named Jeff Thrasher to lead the company's national distribution and business development.

Prior to joining Nutrients PLUS, Thrasher was a business owner and company representative in the green industry for 30 years. He previously owned and operated Second Nature Tree & Landscaping Co., a lawn, landscape and tree service company, which operated in the northern New York City area. Thrasher's longstanding association with MetGCSA was helpful in funding research at Virginia Tech on the budgeting of organic matter.

"Jeff Thrasher's management experience in the fertilizer and golf industries will assist us to develop new distribution channels for our products," said John Moriarty, president of Nutrients PLUS. "He brings exceptional insights to the NP Way, an innovative system devised to adapt the traditional supply chain into one so that it may integrate natural ingredient inputs from their sourcing to production and distribution."

Thrasher will take part in growing the company's professional and retail markets throughout the country, working with the national sales team and expanding the company's golf course customer base.

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