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Jason Mulcahy is the new Turf and Ornamental market specialist in Florida for FMC Professional Solutions.

| December 20, 2012

PHILADELPHIA – Jason Mulcahy was recently named turf and ornamental market specialist covering the state of Florida for FMC Professional Solutions, a business unit of FMC Corporation (NYSE: FMC).

Mulcahy will provide sales and technical support for the turf and ornamental segment in Florida, as well as collaborate with the FMC Professional Solutions pest management team within the territory. He will also work closely with distribution and key professional lawn care, golf, and nursery and ornamental customers.

Most recently, Mulcahy was a regional sales representative for DuPont Professional Products, servicing New England and New York. During the ten years prior to that, he worked as a distributor sales representative serving northern New England for two companies.

Mulcahy also spent seven years as a golf course superintendent . He holds a bachelor’s of science degree in horticulture and agronomy from the University of New Hampshire.

“Jason’s extensive experience within the turf and ornamental industry will bring an invaluable perspective for our Florida market,” said Jon McDowell, turf and ornamental commercial development manager for FMC Professional Solutions.
 

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