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Doug Mills Joins MGK as Southeast Region Sales Representative

Mills will handle sales and technical support for MGK’s Professional Pest Control product line in Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina and South Carolina.

| January 8, 2010

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – MGK announced the addition of Doug Mills as sales representative for its newly defined Southeast Region. Based in Atlanta. Mills will handle sales and technical support for MGK’s Professional Pest Control product line in Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina and South Carolina.

Mills brings more than 30 years of industry experience to MGK. Most recently, he handled senior business manager duties for Speckoz. Mills has held a variety of sales and marketing roles, working for Liphatech, FMC Ag Products, and Zeneca Professional Products.

“Doug’s extensive experience and successful track record in the Industry is a great addition to the growing MGK team,” said Mike Burkett, national sales manager for MGK. “His business management, marketing and sales savvy will truly benefit our customers and prospects across the Southeast.”

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