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Presperse: Bob Fern

November 3, 2006

Presperse: Two account managers as well as a sales consultant join Presperse Inc. in the Northeast. Bob Fern joined Presperse in the new employee training program. With over 15 years of sales and marketing experience, the majority of his career spent with leading flavor and gragrance companies Mr. Fern will be resposible for a number of accounts in the Northeast.
Jennifer Troeschel is in the training program at Presperse. Her 5 year background in the chemical industry with processing and formulating, global operations, and supplier management will accompany Ms. Troeschel’s account managemeng endeavors.
Marnie Roussel’s new role as sales and marketing consultant ensures that she will train and mentor new account managers, provide suport to regional sales agents and manage specific product launches.
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