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Nisus Promotes Lee Barrett

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Barrett has been promoted to a senior position in the pest control division of Nisus Corporation.

| December 12, 2012

ROCKFORD, Tenn. —Lee Barrett has been promoted to a senior position in the pest control division of Nisus Corporation.

Barrett, formerly, with U.S. Borax, joined the company in 1999, when Nisus acquired the sales and marketing rights to the Tim-bor Professional product.  Barrett has nearly 20 years of sales experience in the pest control industry.

"Lee has been a proven performer for Nisus Corporation," says Kevin L. Kirkland, President and CEO of Nisus. "He has forged strong relationships across the industry and has an exceptional ability to pioneer new markets."

In this position, Barrett will be responsible for the sales and profitability of both the Domestic and International areas of the Pest Control Division.  In addition, he will be responsible for managing new product development and the technical staff for the pest control division.
 

 

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