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AP&G Adds Jackie Bell as Western Regional Manager

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Based in Phoenix, Ariz., Bell comes to AP&G with 20 years of experience in the pest management industry.

| March 26, 2013

BROOKLYN — AP&G announced Jackie Bell as its new Western Regional Manager.

Based in Phoenix, Ariz., Bell comes to AP&G with 20 years of experience in the pest management industry. She has extensive experience in new product introduction, vertical integration, connecting with all levels of customers, and building longstanding relationships within the industry. Her wide range of knowledge from all levels of the pest control business and hands-on fieldwork will allow her to enhance brand awareness throughout her territory. Bell’s territory includes, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada. Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. Her contact info is

Jbell@catchmasterPRO.com

Mobile: (480) 760-5874
Fax: (480) 993-3587



 

 

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