Feb 13, 2014
Everris Adds Staff, Restructures TerritoriesSource: Everris

The Everris sales team has added Nicole Hastings as a sales agronomist and restructured its Northeast and Mid-Atlantic territories after Jocelyn Deneen, territory manager, accepted a new position with parent company ICL.

The Everris sales team has added Nicole Hastings as a sales agronomist and restructured its Northeast and Mid-Atlantic territories after Jocelyn Deneen, territory manager, accepted a new position with parent company ICL. Hastings is a former Everris intern who will now focus on growing the company’s business in California’s Central Valley and other areas in the Western Region. Hastings received an associate’s degree in biological and physical science from Citrus College in Glendora, Calif., and a bachelor’s degree in plant science from California Polytechnic State University in Pomona, Calif. On the other side of the country, Deneen is leaving to join ICL’s marketing and sales team, so current Territory Manager Sharon Warschauer will take over Deneen’s previous territory in New England while maintaining her current territory, which includes Maryland, Delaware, the District of Columbia, New Jersey, New York and Eastern Pennsylvania. Territory Manager Don Furterer will now represent Everris in Western Pennsylvania, which was previously part of Warschauer’s territory. For more information about the company and these changes, visit www.everris.us.com.




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