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PestWest Adds Carmen Tovar as Rep for Caribbean, Central and South America

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Tovar has experience as an international purchasing agent.

| March 23, 2010

SARASOTA, Fla. - Carmen Tovar has recently joined the PestWest team with responsibilities for the Caribbean, Central and South America.

“Carmen is a welcome addition to the PestWest family and breathes a breath of fresh air into our companies,” says James Shaffer, president of PestWest USA. “Carmen’s business expertise, goal oriented personality and clear Spanish speaking abilities will certainly be an asset to our domestic and International customers and to PestWest.”

In her previous career, Tovar was the primary purchasing agent for an international greeting card company, Recycled Paper Products, based in Chicago. She handled all the importing and exporting duties for the company corresponding with agents from Korea, Japan, England and Australia.

Tovar can be contacted at PestWest’s Florida office at Carmen.tovar@pestwest.com.

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