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Charlene Mertz Joins Nisus Corporation

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Mertz will be the salesperson responsible for most of the state of Florida and a portion of southern Georgia.

| February 7, 2011

ROCKFORD, Tenn. — Nisus Corporation announces the addition of Charlene Mertz to its sales staff. Mertz will be the salesperson responsible for most of the state of Florida and a portion of southern Georgia.

“Charlene is a great addition to our sales team, and we believe she will do a wonderful job of communicating features and benefits of the Nisus Product line,” says Kevin L. Kirkland, president and CEO of Nisus Corporation.

Previously Mertz was with FMC, and prior to that with Waterbury. She is a graduate of Florida Southern College and a former U.S. Marine.

“When Chip Hughes was tapped to head up our swimming pool unit, it left a gap in Florida,” says Kirkland. “We think Charlene will do a great job of filling that gap and helping PMPs to expand their businesses utilizing Nisus products and programs.”
 

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