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Residex Turfgrass Hires Eisenberg, Hudnut

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Brian Eisenberg named training manager; Jud Hudnut new program manager for the distributor.

| January 28, 2011

Brian EisenbergNovi, Mich. — Residex Turfgrass Hires Brian Eisenberg as training manager. Eisenberg is a second-generation PMP from a Residex client family-owned pest control company. He worked in the pest control industry for twenty years. He has a master of science in entomology from the University of Florida and worked in every position and capacity in the industry from sales to service, management, technical director, chemical manufacturer representative and now distribution. He is an approved trainer to the industry in the Southeast United States.

Eisenberg will offer classes on all technical industry categories from safety, to sales, to service, and value-added business development courses (sales coaching), including but not limited to (PC, L&O, GC, Termite, WDO). He will also prepare step-by-step pest treatment protocols and conduct industry public speaking engagements.

Additionally, Residex Turfgrass hired Jud Hudnut as new program manager. Hudnut joins Turfgrass with a well-rounded background in both finance and the turf industry. After earning a bachelor of business administration degree in finance in 1995, Hudnut accepted a position in public accounting. He later moved into the golf industry as a golf course superintendent and earned a turfgrass pest management degree from Purdue University in 1998. After eight years in the public golf arena as a superintendent and general manager, Hudnut moved to Prestwick Village, an 18-hole private facility in Highland, Mich. For the past five years, he has been working at Edgewood Country Club as the golf course superintendent.
 

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