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J.T. Eaton Promotes Rodriguez

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Longtime regional sales manager James Rodriguez is now national marketing manager for the pest management manufacturer.

| February 26, 2014

James Rodriguez

TWINSBURG, Ohio — J.T. Eaton announced the promotion of James Rodriguez to the position of national marketing manager for the pest control division, based in Twinsburg, Ohio.

Effective immediately, Rodriguez will be responsible for spearheading the marketing and communication of the professional products divisions and supporting all territory divisions with key accounts, while as assisting in product development and improvement of existing products.

Rodriguez brings 28 years of professional experience to the position, and continues to grow with the industry. “His lifelong commitment to this industry is prevalent in all he does, and his drive to learn and provide quality education to pest professionals has taken J.T. Eaton to a new level,” says J.T. Eaton National Sales Manager Craig Velte.

Additionally, Rodriguez continues to hold multiple licenses in Fumigation, Termite & Pest Control in California and is A.C.E Certified.
 

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