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DuPont Professional Products Expands Sales Team

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Marie Knox, Jason Mulcahy and Britta Turney are the latest additions to the DuPont team.

| May 26, 2011

WILMINGTON, Del. – DuPont Professional Products announced several new additions to its sales force as demand for its products grows throughout the pest, lawn and golf markets. 

Marie Knox has joined DuPont as a sales representative covering both pest management and turf and ornamental markets. Knox has extensive sales experience in the industry, in addition to earning her Master of Science from the University of Florida in Nematology with Turfgrass specialization.

DuPont also has hired Jason Mulcahy as a turf and ornamental sales representative serving the New England states and New York. Mulcahy has held multiple sales positions within the industry, in addition to working as a golf course superintendent for many years. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Horticulture & Agronomy from the University of New Hampshire.

Britta Turney has joined DuPont as consumer sales manager and will build on relationships with key accounts that provide DuPont technologies to the consumer markets.  She has held several sales and sales management positions, in addition to earning a Master of Science in Entomology from the University of Florida.

“These three individuals bring a lot of talent and energy to our growing team,” said Mike McDermott, global business leader, DuPont Professional Products. “As our product portfolio grows along with customer demand, it’s important that we increase our presence in key markets. I’m pleased to have such experienced and dedicated professionals join our team.” 

For more information about DuPont Professional Products visit www.proproducts.dupont.com.
 

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