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Central Life Sciences Awards Lockhart 2010 “Outstanding Sales Achievement Award”

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Central Life Sciences National Accounts Manager Drew Lockhart (right) and Larry Smith, national sales manager.

| December 23, 2010

Central Life Sciences National Accounts Manager Drew Lockhart (right) and Larry Smith, national sales manager. Schaumburg, Ill. — Central Life Sciences, whose founders invented insect growth regulator (IGR) technology more than 30 years ago, has selected Drew Lockhart as the 2010 recipient of the “Outstanding Sales Achievement Award” for the Zoëcon Professional Products Division.

As the national accounts manager, Lockhart is responsible for Central Life Sciences’ professional pest management and vector markets. In this role, he oversees sales, training and customer support for pest management professionals, mosquito abatement districts and public health agencies.

“We’re proud to have Drew on our team,” said Larry Smith, director of sales for Central Life Sciences. “He has significantly contributed to the continued growth of the Zoëcon division through his accomplishments both on the front lines and behind the scenes, including sales increases and successful new product launches.

“Drew’s hard work, determination and team spirit speak highly of his commitment to the company and our customers, and we are delighted to present him with this award,” Smith added.

For information about Central Life Sciences call 800/248-7763 or visit www.centrallifesciences.com.

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