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B&G Chemicals & Equipment Hires Rachel Williams as Branch Manager

Williams will serve as the Austin, Texas branch manager.

| February 26, 2010

AUSTIN, Texas - B&G Chemicals & Equipment Company, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, recently hired Rachel Williams for the position of the Austin branch manager. Williams comes to B&G with an entomology degree from Texas A&M University, with an emphasis in forensics.

She is a true Austinite, born and raised in Cedar Park.  One of her favorite pastimes includes traveling; Williams has trotted the globe and visited Italy, England, Scotland, Dominica (where she studied abroad) and most recently Costa Rica, where she was involved in a volunteer project. Being involved with the Boys & Girls Club of Austin and giving back to her community also stand high on her priority list.  


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