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Reese Joins BASF PCS as Product Manager

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BASF Pest Control Solutions has appointed Chad Reese as product manager of its Termidor portfolio.

| January 31, 2012

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - BASF has appointed Chad Reese as product manager of itsTermidor portfolio for its Pest Control Solutions business in North America. Reese will work with research and development to improve existing termite control products and launch new solutions, and provide marketing, sales and communication support for the Termidor termiticide/insecticide family of products.

‘‘We were seeking a candidate with significant experience in marketing and management,” said Nick Tresslar, marketing manager, BASF Pest Control Solutions. “Reese brings more than eight years of knowledge and practice into the field and his fresh insights will be invaluable to the team.”

Reese joins BASF from Nestlé Purina PetCare. He joined Nestlé in 2004 and held positions in customer marketing, order and revenue management and accounting. Most recently he worked as an assistant brand manager in marketing. Reese has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, and an MBA from Webster University, St. Louis, MO.

 

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