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SipcamAdvan Announces Reorganization of Specialty Products Business Unit

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Bob Yarborough has been appointed senior national accounts manager, and George Furrer has been appointed director of Specialty Business.

| May 26, 2010

DURHHAM, N.C. - SipcamAdvan announced effective immediately, Bob Yarborough has been appointed senior national accounts manager. Yarborough will focus on both maintaining and building SipcamAdvan relationships with customers. In addition, he will have responsibility for the Biocides and Home and Garden businesses.
Also effective today, George Furrer has been appointed director of Specialty Business. Furrer will have responsibility for both the marketing and sales of the Turf and Ornamental segments including sales management.

“Bob’s experience, expertise and excellent relationships with customers will further strengthen our commitment to be a distribution-focused organization,” said Adam Burnhams, vice president of marketing and sales for SipcamAdvan. ”As director of Specialty Business, George will complete the alignment of marketing and sales reinforcing SipcamAdvan’s strategy of differentiation and creating new opportunities for our customers.”

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