Becker Underwood Adds Two New Territory Managers

Becker Underwood continues to experience strong sales growth which has led to two new additions to its sales team.

The latest round of hiring includes two new territory managers, Doug Albert and Brady Reynolds, who will complement the southern regional sales team.

Albert manages Becker Underwood’s mid-Atlantic states and brings with him 20 years of sales and marketing experience in the region. Most recently Albert was a representative for a private North Carolina company.

Reynolds will cover Florida, Georgia and Alabama for Becker Underwood and has more than a decade of sales experience, much in the agriculture and seed industries. He came to Becker Underwood from his position as a crop consultant.

The two are replacing Phil Shelley and Breann Hammann who moved to new roles as strategic accounts managers within Becker Underwood.

As territory accounts managers, Albert and Reynolds will be building relationships with Becker Underwood’s customers.

“Our business is expanding quickly, and adding these two experienced team members will allow us to continue our growth in the area of seed treatments and biological plant health products,” said Sherman Hollins, southern regional sales manager.

These regions are important to us as we offer inoculants for soybeans and peanuts and also seed enhancements for corn and cotton, all major crops in this area,” Hollins said.

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