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New Sentricon Sales Representative Named in the East

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Dow AgroSciences has named Jeremy Adamson as the sales representative for the Sentricon System in portions of Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey.

| July 31, 2013

INDIANAPOLIS - Dow AgroSciences has named Jeremy Adamson as the sales representative for the Sentricon System in portions of Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey. He is based in Wilmington, Del.   

 

Adamson joined Dow AgroSciences in September 2012. He holds a bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics from Purdue University.    

Prior to his new role, Adamson worked on a Dow AgroSciences project focusing on analyzing the row crop market in portions of Delaware, Maryland and Virginia. Today, he sets his sights on the pest management business.    

“I welcome the opportunity to partner with Certified Sentricon Specialists to improve their businesses and to help grow the Sentricon brand,” Adamson says.
 

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