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BioOrganic Concepts: Karry Clausen and Mel Hoyt

July 12, 2007

BioOrganic Concepts:
Recently expanded its North American operations with the addition of Karry Clausen and Mel Hoyt. Both Mr. Clausen and Mr. Hoyt operate as regional sales managers, with Mr. Clausen overseeing sales activities in the Midwest and Canada and Mr. Hoyt managing activities in the Eastern U.S.

Mr. Clausen comes to BioOrganic with vast industry R&D and sales experience. He spent the first 10 years of his career working in R&D with the Richardson Company. He’s since held sales positions with companies that include Croda and CP Hall. Most recently, Clausen spent the last 10 years in sales distribution with International Sourcing.

Mr. Hoyt comes to BioOrganic with experience in the food, industrial, personal care and pharmaceutical industries. He’s held positions for GAF (now ISP), Lonza, Onyx Chemical (now part of Stepan) and BASF. Prior to his position with BioOrganic Concepts, he worked in sales distribution with International Sourcing.

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