Tiger-Sul Eyes Growth In South-Central U.S.

Tiger-Sul has hired Mark Douglas as regional sales manager for the South-Central region.
Tiger-Sul has hired Mark Douglas as regional sales manager for the South-Central region.

Tiger-Sul has hired Mark Douglas as regional sales manager for the South-Central region. Douglas is charged with growing sales of the Tiger-Sul product line in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas and Tennessee.

Douglas brings more than 20 years of industry sales experience to Tiger-Sul. He has spent several years managing multiple retail locations and organizing numerous field days, research trials and grower meetings, including over five years’ experience in nursery and ornamental landscape sales. During this period he has trained numerous new salespeople and conducted numerous seminars for the nursery growers. He has also worked in the agriculture wholesale side of the business, establishing key relationships with agriculture retailers throughout the Southeast.

"With our new South Central territory sales manager in place, we believe that we are well-positioned to implement our business strategy," said Christopher (Kit) Rowe, US/Canada sales manager.

Tiger-Sul markets sulphur bentonite, sulphur bentonite micronutrients technology and other crop performance products.


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