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AP&G Makes Personnel Changes

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Atlantic Paste & Glue, the Brooklyn, N.Y.-based manufacturer of products for the pest control industry, announced personnel changes and additions.

| November 17, 2010

 Left: Robert Stocker; Right: Robert Weist

Brooklyn, N.Y. — AP&G, the Brooklyn, N.Y.- based manufacturer of products for the pest control industry, announced the following personnel changes and additions:

Robert Stocker will assume the newly created role of national accounts manager. He will still have regional responsibility in the South Central United States. 

Robert Weist and Steve Olenak have joined the AP&G team as Southeastern regional manager and the Western regional manager, respectively. Kevin Keane assumes the role of vice president of sales for the Professional Products Division.

For contact, territory information and details on APG&G’s line of pest management products, visit www.catchmasterPRO.com.
 

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