AP&G hires south central regional sales manager

|  December 4, 2019 0 Comments

AP&G Co. added Liz Turner to the Catchmaster Pro sales force. Turner joins the team as south central regional manager. Her territory includes Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, western Tennessee, Kansas, South Dakota, North Dakota, Colorado, Missouri and Nebraska.

Liz Turner. PHOTO: AP&G

Liz Turner. PHOTO: AP&G

“Liz made an immediate positive impression on us,” says Rick McDonald, VP of the Professional Products division at AP&G. “Her sales and marketing background will help her to succeed in this role, and she has hit the ground running getting to know the customers in her territory.”

Turner has 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry, where she has seen firsthand the effects of a public health crisis.

“Liz was impactful from her first day, as she had several great marketing ideas to share,” says Chris Ernst, director of brand strategy at AP&G. “Our team is thrilled to have her on board, and looks forward to supporting her work for the Catchmaster brand.”

Turner also co-owns a Crossfit gym in St. Louis, Mo., where she trains athletes.

“I was attracted to the pest control industry because of my passion for public safety and health,” says Turner. “I am excited to continue my work to protect public health. It is already clear to me that the pest management industry is a strong-knit community, just as my Crossfit family is.”

AP&G is a manufacturer of rodent, insect and mosquito management products. The company’s roots go back to the early 1950s, starting with the production of specialty adhesives. It introduced the Catchmaster brand in 1977.

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