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BASF Names DeChirico Sales Rep

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Brian DeChirico has assumed the position of sales representative for BASF’s Pest Control Solutions business in northern Florida and southern Georgia.

| August 21, 2014

Brian DeChirico

Brian DeChirico has assumed the position of sales representative for BASF’s Pest Control Solutions business in northern Florida and southern Georgia. In this role, he will be responsible for representing BASF’s portfolio of pest control products to customers, working with agent and distributor partners, and implementing BASF's marketing strategies and tactics. He holds a BS in engineering technology & industrial studies from Middle Tennessee State University, as well as an MBA from the same institution. DeChirico is based in Savannah, Ga.
 
Warren Vannest will maintain responsibility for the northern Georgia market and will remain based in Grayson, Ga. Gary Moneyham will stay based in Birmingham, Ala., and be responsible for the state of Alabama.
 

 

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