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Mike Tweedy joins Envincio as EVP, Marketing & Account Management

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Tweedy will focus on developing Envincio brand image and market access initiatives.

| June 8, 2010

CARY, N.C. – Envincio announced the addition of Mike Tweedy as executive vice president, Marketing and Account Management. Tweedy will focus on developing Envincio brand image and market access initiatives. 

Randy Canady, founder and chief executive officer of Envincio says, “Mike brings significant marketing, technical and sales expertise to our company and when combined with his industry-specific knowledge, business acumen and work ethic, I am confident that Mike is the right choice to deliver Envincio’s promise to customers.”

Tweedy most recently served as a national account manager for the Syngenta Home Care and consumer products businesses, managing and supporting relationships with key PPM customers and business partners. He joined Syngenta in 2003 and held previous roles in marketing and sales. Tweedy has been in the professional pest control industry for the past seven years. He previously held marketing and technical management in the crop and vegetation management businesses with BASF and American Cyanamid Company.

For more information about Envincio visit www.envincio.com.

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