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Bayer Environmental Science hires southern region sales rep

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Jason Frank will work on golf and lawn care sales in southern states.

| December 27, 2010

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. – Bayer Environmental Science, a division of Bayer CropScience LP, announced that Jason Frank joined the company as a field sales representative for the southern region. Frank will be working on the golf and lawn care sales market in southwest Florida, Mississippi, and Alabama.

Frank brings to Bayer his experiences in both markets as an assistant superintendent as well as a lawn care owner and operator. Most recently, Frank worked as an assistant superintendent at Royal Poinciana Golf Club in Naples, Fla., where he oversaw all facets of golf course maintenance and operation.

“Jason’s experience as both an assistant superintendent and lawn care operator is truly unique and brings a fresh perspective to our sales team,” said Mike Ruizzo, regional sales manager for Bayer.  “We look forward to using his great insight to better serve our customers.”
 

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