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Bayer Hires Klein as Area Sales Manager

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Ryan Klein will be responsible for the Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and Michigan territory and manage two distributor accounts.

| May 20, 2013

Environmental Science, a division of Bayer CropScience LP, is proud to announce that Ryan Klein has joined the company as Area Sales Manager for the professional pest management business. In his role, Ryan will be responsible for the Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and Michigan territory and manage two distributor accounts.

“We are excited to welcome Ryan to the team as a new Area Sales Manager,” said Shawn Mullen, Eastern US Sales Manager for Bayer. “His background and sales experience are great assets for not only our team, but for our customers in his region, as well.”

Klein earned a bachelor’s degree in Plant and Soil Science with a minor in business from the University of Kentucky. He brings strong industry knowledge and sales experience to his new manager role.

“I am excited to be joining the Bayer team and look forward to being part of an organization with such rich history in the professional pest management industry,” said Klein. “I’m looking forward to contributing to the great success of my territory and continuing the relationships Bayer has built with our valued distributors.”
 

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