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Rockwell Labs Adds Ryan as Northeast Technical Sales Rep

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Patrick Ryan will be joining Rockwell effective Nov. 8, as its technical representative for the Northeast territory

| November 3, 2010

NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Rockwell Labs Ltd announced that Patrick Ryan will be joining Rockwell effective Nov. 8, as its technical representative for the Northeast territory. The territory covers the eastern seaboard from New England to Virginia and west to Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

 “The appointment of a dedicated representative in this important territory is a logical step in our growth plan to support our rapidly expanding product line,” said Dr. Cisse Spragins, founder and CEO of Rockwell Labs.  “We are grateful for the professional representation that George Frank has provided to us since 2002, and are pleased that he will remain with us in a support capacity for our InVade biological products, with his tremendous expertise in that area.  I am confident that Pat will do an excellent job for us going forward.”

Ryan received his B.A. degree from SUNY and spent many years with the Industrial Supply side of Grainger.  Most recently, he worked in the pest management industry, spending four years pioneering the EcoSmart brand products in the Northeast and Midwest territories. 

Ryan can be contacted at pryan@rockwelllabs.com, cell:  860-808-7663. 

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