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Jim Kelly Joins Rockwell Labs

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Kelly brings eight years of experience in the pest control and turf markets to the company.

| April 22, 2013

Jim Kelly. Photo courtesy of Rockwell Labs.

 

NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Rockwell Labs announced that Jim Kelly has joined the company. 

Kelly is based in Fort Wayne, Ind., and will represent Rockwell's products in Indiana and Kentucky, the firm said. He will also work on special projects for the company.

"I'm thrilled that Jim has come aboard," said Dr. Cisse Spragins, CEO, Rockwell Labs. "From the first time I met him, I knew he'd be a great fit for our culture and he has some excellent and broad-based experieince. He'll be a valuable asset for us, as well as our customers in his region."

Kelly earned a bachelor's degree in biology from Marian University, and has eight years of experience in the pest control and turf markets, Rockwell said. He can be contacted at 317/258-3012 or jkelly@rockwelllabs.com

 

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