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Geotech Supply Hires National Sales Manager

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Industry veteran John Woodward will fill the position for the Lodi, Calif.-based company.

| January 25, 2013

LODI, Calif. - Geotech Supply announced the hiring of John Woodward for its newly-created position of National Sales Manager.

Woodward comes to Geotech Supply with more than two decades of experience in the pest management industry, including distribution, manufacturing and service, Geotech reports. Most recently, he worked as a senior sales representative for BASF.

Woodward will be responsible for expanding Geotech Supply's business in territorial scope and product range, the company said.

"Geotech Supply services a number of industries," said Woodward. "We equip the safety compliance and building supply professions as well as pest management professionals. I look forward to growing all the different markets we service."

Woodward will oversee an expansion of Geotech Supply's sales team, and will report to Steve Racioppe, general manager of Geotech Supply. "We are really pleased to have somebody of John's caliber on board," Racioppe said. "He's the right person to build the kind of team we need, one that will support our objectives to serve the professional marketplace.

Woodward graduated from Arizona State University with a bachelor’s degree in agricultural business.

Learn more at geotechsupply.com

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