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Emmitt Bewley Named Vector Business Manager for Target Specialty Products

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Industry veteran leads a team of vector control representatives.

| January 24, 2011

Emmitt Bewley (center) leads Target’s expansion in the vector control market. Target’s vector team members include Chuck Synold (front left), Mike Nichols (right), Dean Osborn (back left), Tony Stilwell, Tim Ruminer and Casey Brierley.SANTA FE SPRINGS, CALIF. – Emmitt Bewley has been named Target Specialty Products’ business manager for the vector control market. Based out of Target’s Dallas branch, he will be responsible for managing the company’s expansion in the vector market in the western and central regions of the United States. 

In his expanded role, Bewley will direct a team of three vector representatives including Tony Stilwell, based in San Jose, Calif.; Mike Nichols, Houston, Texas; and Tim Ruminer, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Bewley and his team joined Target in May of 2010 when Target and B&G Chemicals and Equipment Company entered into a joint venture. He began his career with B&G in 1985, serving the last 12 years as the company’s vector business manager. Before joining B&G, he owned and managed Legacy Pest Management in Lake Dallas, Texas.
 
“We are happy to announce that Emmitt will lead Target’s expansion in the vector market. He and his team are very knowledgeable about vector issues and will be a great resource for our customers and the entire Target team,” stated Casey Brierley, vice president and regional manager for Target Specialty Products. “We are also happy to announce Target will maintain an exclusive position on the Phoenix Foggers.”

Bewley and his team are active in industry associations including the American Mosquito Control Association (AMCA), Texas Mosquito Control Association (TMCA), Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California (MVCAC), West Central Mosquito and Vector Control Association (WCMVCA), and Northwest Mosquito and Vector Control Association (NMVCA).

Target Specialty Products is a wholesale distributor of specialty agricultural products, fertilizers and application equipment serving the needs of professional applicators since 1969. Company headquarters are in Santa Fe Springs, Calif., with branch offices in California, Arizona, Oregon, Oklahoma, Nevada and Texas.

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