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Terramera Adds Kenmuir to Executive Team

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Sylvia Kenmuir joins the company as vice president of customer relations, product support and training.

| December 20, 2012

VANCOUVER, B.C., Canada — Terramera announced the addition of Sylvia Kenmuir as vice president of customer relations, product support and training.

Kenmuir has 25 years of experience in the pest management industry and close relationships with pest management professionals (PMPs). Kenmuir joins Terramera from Target Specialty Products, one of the largest pest management distributors in the Western U.S.

Initially Kenmuir will be focused on supporting Terramera’s flagship bed bug product, CIRKIL. As Terramera broadens its pest management products Kenmuir’s industry experience will provide the required know-how to scale customer facing support and training.

"I’m excited to be joining the Terramera team and aid in the support and roll-out of innovative biopesticides for the pest management industry," said Kenmuir. "Market acceptance to Terramera’s flagship bed bug product, CIRKIL, demonstrates Terramera’s growth potential."

For more information visit www.terramera.com.
 

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