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Blaine Oakeson Joins Central Life Sciences’ Zoëcon Division

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Oakeson will serve as West Central Region Manager.

| January 22, 2013

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. – Central Life Sciences announced that Blaine Oakeson has joined the Zoëcon Professional Products division as West Central Region Manager. In this role, Oakeson will be responsible for the vector and pest control operator markets in Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico and Nebraska.
 
“Blaine’s extensive experience and knowledge of the vector and pest control markets has contributed to his success and excellent reputation within the industry with his customers, competitors and fellow workers and we are very excited to welcome him to the Zoëcon team,” said Larry Smith, director of Sales for Central Life Sciences.

Prior to joining Central Life Sciences, Oakeson held various positions within the industry including outside sales representative, sales manager, public health industry manager and industry specialist with a leading national distributor. While there he was a two time winner of their Green Jacket Award and earned a spot in the top five sales representatives of the year five different times.

Oakeson is a member of many state and local associations for pest control and mosquito control. He currently resides in the Salt Lake City, Utah area.

 

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