Agromin, one of the largest organics management companies in California, has named Tom Kelley as vice president of sales and business development.
Kelley has over 27 years in the organics industry, most recently as business development manager for Harvest Power, Inc., a renewable energy and organics management company, where he directed California business development and nationwide product marketing and sales.
Prior to Harvest Power, Kelley was with Gro-Well Brands as its western region sales director. Before that, he directed sales and marketing for Synagro Composting Company of California Inc., developing programs to market, sell and distribute 550,000 cubic-yards of organic products annually in southern California.
"Tom's expertise in organics sales and marketing and his years in the organics industry make him an excellent addition to Agromin," says Bill Camarillo, Agromin CEO. "Tom will play an important role in the planning and implementation needed to further establish our brand and presence in California."
Kelley is currently serving his ninth year on the board of directors for the U.S. Composting Council. To reach him, go to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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