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Central Life Sciences' Dean Gaiser Is Salesman Of The Year

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Gaiser is the western region manager and is responsible for Central Life Sciences' vector, professional pest management and wastewater markets.

| December 8, 2011

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. — Central Life Sciences has selected Dean Gaiser as the 2011 recipient of the "Salesman of the Year" award for the Zoëcon Professional Products division.

Gaiser is the western region manager and is responsible for Central Life Sciences' vector, professional pest management and wastewater markets. In earning the award, he was cited for his pivotal role in developing and implementing key market strategies for the PCO market, and working with Zoëcon Professional Products division management in the development, field testing and marketing of new products for the vector control market.

“In his nearly three years with the company, Dean has earned an exemplary reputation for sales achievement and strong customer relationships that are clearly reflected in his significantly increased regional sales in 2011,” said Larry Smith, Director of Sales for Central Life Sciences. “His commitment and professionalism – internally and with customers – are outstanding, and we are pleased to present him with this award.”

 

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