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Ruth Cloud Joins Target's Pest Control Team

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B&G’s Phoenix office moves to Target’s Tempe, Ariz. branch.

| July 9, 2010

SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif. – Ruth Cloud is the newest addition to Target Specialty Products’ pest control team in Arizona.   Cloud joined the Target team after the recent joint venture between Target and B&G Chemicals and Equipment Company became final in May of this year.   She will call on pest management professionals throughout the state of Arizona.

B&G’s Phoenix office officially merged with Target’s Tempe branch on June 28, 2010. 
 
“Ruth is a welcome addition to Target’s pest control team in Arizona.  She has established a solid reputation in the pest control industry by providing excellent customer service and support,” stated Chuck Synold, vice president and regional manager for Target Specialty Products.  

Cloud began her career in the pest management industry in 2002 working as a customer service representative for Univar in Southern California.   In 2008, she went to work for B&G Chemical and Equipment Company as a pest control sales representative in the Arizona market.
 
She is a member of the Arizona Pest Professional Organization (APPO). Contact her at Target’s Tempe branch office at (800) 352-5548, or via email at ruth.cloud@target-specialty.com.
 

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