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Jason Robbins Joins Target Specialty Products

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Robbins is the distributor’s new vegetation and pest management specialist for the San Joaquin Valley.

| January 27, 2011

Jason Robbins is the new vegetation and pest management specialist for Target Specialty Products.SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif. — Jason Robbins has joined Target Specialty Products as the distributor’s new vegetation and pest management specialist for the San Joaquin Valley. He is based out of Target’s branch office in Fresno, Calif.

Robbins comes to Target with a strong agricultural background. He recently served as an agricultural standards inspector for Madera County Department of Agriculture Weights and Measures. In this position, he was responsible for enforcing pesticide regulations, conducting inspections for farms and pest control businesses, and teaching classes on proper pesticide use. Robbins also previously worked for DuPont Crop Protection in Madera, Calif., as a field/lab technician.

“We are pleased to have someone with Jason’s background join our team. His knowledge of the industry, and his background in laws and regulations make him a great asset to our customers, as well as the Target team,” stated Chuck Synold, vice president and regional manager for Target Specialty Products.

Robbins earned his Bachelor’s degree in agricultural business management from California State University, Fresno. He is a licensed pest control adviser and holds several licenses at the county level.

Contact Robbins at 800/827-4389, or via email at jason.robbins@target-specialty.com.
 

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