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Univar Adds a New Outside Sales Rep and Southeast District Sales Manager

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Doug Gibbs has joined Univar as an outside sales representative for the South Central District, while Sean McDonough has accepted the position of Sales Manager in the state of Florida for the Southeast District.

| September 29, 2010

AUSTIN, Texas - Univar Professional Products & Services announced that Doug Gibbs has joined Univar as an outside sales representative for the South Central District.

Gibbs comes to Univar with 13 years of experience in the Pest Control Industry.    He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism from Texas A&M University.

Gibbs will be responsible for covering the Dallas and East Texas markets.   Gibbs started with Univar on August 30, 2010.

Univar also announced that Sean McDonough has accepted the position of Sales Manager in the state of Florida for the Southeast District. 

Prior to accepting his new position, McDonough worked for Univar’s Industrial Chemicals division as a sales representative in Pittsburgh.  He brings a wealth of sales experience from not only Univar, but globally recognized companies like Leed’s and PPG Industries.  McDonough earned his degree from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. 

In his new position, he will report to Southeast District Manager Kurt Grade.  McDonough will office out of Tampa.  He started in this new position on Sept. 27.

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