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New Sentricon Sales Representative Named in Texas

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Tyler Cooper is the sales representative for the Sentricon System in southern Texas, while Kevin Keim will now cover the territory north of Texas.

| March 20, 2013

Tyler Cooper

INDIANAPOLIS - Dow AgroSciences has named Tyler Cooper as the sales representative for the Sentricon System in southern Texas. He will be based in Houston. Sales representative Kevin Keim will now cover the territory of northern Texas, and is based in Dallas.

Cooper joined Dow AgroSciences in June 2012. He earned a bachelor’s degree in plant and soil science and a master’s degree in crop science from Texas Tech University.

“I look forward to continuing to make Sentricon the No. 1 choice in termite control by further strengthening the quality relationships we have with our Certified Sentricon Specialists,” says Cooper.

Kevin Keim

Keim has been with Dow AgroSciences since 2010. He graduated from Kansas State University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketing. He previously worked in Dow AgroSciences’ Agricultural Chemical division before moving to Texas as a Sentricon sales representative in 2011.

“The Sentricon System and especially Always Active technology have allowed us to help our customers continue to grow in new ways,” says Keim. “It’s great to be a part of that.”

The opportunity to add an additional sales representative is a testament to the success of Sentricon in Texas, according to Janet Rowley, western district manager for the Sentricon System.

“We have the ability to split these territories because of the growth and success of Sentricon with Always Active,” Rowley says. “This allows us to better help our customers in Texas.”

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