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James Herrmann joins BASF Pest Control Solutions as General Insect Control Product Manager

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In this role, Herrmann will promote and develop new pest control products, as well as support the company's current products.

| July 15, 2011

ST. LOUIS, Mo.  – BASF Pest Control Solutions (PCS) welcomes James Herrmann as product manager for General Insect Control (GIC). In his new role, Herrmann will promote and develop new pest control products, as well as support the company's current products.  
 
“James’ experience developing innovative marketing strategies and driving product awareness will help us continue to meet and exceed the needs of our customers,” said Nick Tresslar, marketing manager for BASF Pest Control Solutions. “We are thrilled to welcome him to the team.”

Herrmann comes to BASF from Novus International, Inc., where he worked as an E-Marketing Manager.  Prior to that, he held marketing positions at Creative Producers Group, Monsanto and Presto-X Company. Herrmann earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Southeast Missouri State University.  

 

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