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Dow AgroSciences Names New Sentricon Product Manager

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Ty Ferraro has been appointed to the position of product manager for its U.S. Pest Management Baiting and Monitoring business.

| January 8, 2014

Ty Ferraro

INDIANAPOLIS  — Dow AgroSciences recently named Ty Ferraro to the position of product manager for its U.S. Pest Management Baiting and Monitoring business. In his new role, Ferraro will be responsible for marketing of the Sentricon System, Halo Electronic Termite Detection and Hex-Pro Termite Baiting System.

Ferraro joined Dow AgroSciences in June 2013, working as a U.S. Commercial Project Manager aligned with the crop protection business. Previously, he worked in sales and sales management.

Ferraro earned a bachelor’s degree in business marketing from Indiana University and a MBA in marketing and management from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business.

“I look forward to working with our Certified Sentricon Specialists and our sales representatives across the country,” Ferraro says. “The Sentricon System continues to offer new innovations, and I’m excited to help continue the success.”

Ferraro replaces Jill Zeller, who was recently named U.S. brand manager for the Enlist Weed Control System for Dow AgroSciences.
 

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