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Bell Laboratories Announces New Technical Sales Rep

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Phillip Burkett will serve the north central U.S.

| September 11, 2012

Phil Burkett.

 

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Phillip Burkett joined Bell Laboratories in August as technical sales representative for the north central United States, representing Bell products to distributors and pest management professionals in North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas and western Tennessee, the company announced.

Burkett works with Bell distributors on the use and promotion of Bell's rodent control products and advises them on developing new markets for products. He assists in developing training programs for sales staff and local technicians, Bell said.

Burkett is a 2009 graduate of Kansas State University. He has worked for Enterprise Rent-A-Car and the Kansas City International Airport. 

He is based in Kansas City, Mo. 

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