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Zoecon Hires Sullivan as as Mid-Atlantic Regional Rep

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Steve Sullivan brings more than eight years of industry experience to the position.

| February 18, 2014

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. — The Zoëcon Professional Products (ZPP) division of Central Life Sciences announced the hiring of Steve Sullivan, to the position of Mid-Atlantic regional sales manager. Sullivan will succeed Charlie Pate, a 23-year employee of Central Life Sciences who is retiring this year.

“We’re very confident in Steve’s ability to help us meet our goals and represent the company with the level of service and professionalism our customers have come to expect,” said Larry Smith, director of sales for Central Life Sciences.

Sullivan brings more than eight years of industry experience to the position, most recently overseeing national and southeast accounts for Bell Laboratories of Madison, Wis.

“Charlie certainly leaves some big shoes to fill, but I’m excited at the opportunity to jump in where he left off and make the role my own,” said Sullivan.

Sullivan graduated from East Tennessee University in Johnson City, Tenn. where he double majored and received bachelor’s degrees in mass communication and history studies. He resides in Acworth, Ga. with his wife Melissa and sons Christian and Matthew.

 

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