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Real Green Names Berry VP of Business Development

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Beth Berry (Dockins) is the newest member of Real Green Systems’ executive leadership team.

| February 5, 2014

COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Real Green Systems announced the addition of Beth Berry (Dockins) to its executive leadership team as vice president of business development.

Berry has held progressive roles with ChemLawn, Emerald Green and served as Director of Customer Service for Scotts LawnService the past 16 years. She brings 30 years of invaluable knowledge and expertise to her new position with Real Green.

A nationally recognized speaker, Berry has enjoyed a successful career that has spanned the areas of technology, operational management, regulatory compliance and commercial sales. She has been on the frontline of training and CRM development in the lawn and pest industries since the early 1980s.

Berry will play an integral role in the future growth and development of Real Green Systems while reporting directly to company CEO Joe Kucik.

Her contact information is as follows:
Direct Line: 317/861-8888
Email: bberry@realgreen.com

 

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