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Acme-Hardesty: Brian Leone and Michael Hoover

December 4, 2007

Acme-Hardesty:
Acme-Hardesty Co. has announced the appointment of Brian Leone as Mid-Atlantic regional sales manager, and Michael Hoover, as Southwest regional sales manager.

As Mid-Atlantic sales manager, Mr. Leone will serve customers in Southeastern New Jersey, southeastern Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia. He previously served as an account executive for DeWolf Chemical, and as a sales representative for Gehring-Montgomery. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Delaware Valley College.

As Southwest sales manager, Mr. Hoover will serve customers in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi. He previously worked at Univar/ChemCentral where he held positions in sales, corporate accounts and sales management. Prior to that, Mr. Hoover worked as an account manager for Hindee Enterprises in Houston. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Houston.
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