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Agrimarketing : October 2008
Case IH announces Bohbrink Carroll plans to build a new company- owned, model Case IH dealer- ship next door to its Racine plant. The new 31,000 sq. ft., two-story deal- ership should be constructed by early 2009. “This dealership will be a first-class retail environment serving local farmers, land owners, and a symbol of pride for our over 2,000 local employees,” says Jim Walker, VP/Case IH North America. “The facility also will model best practices in dealership design, management and operations, and create a world-class brand experience for our visiting cus- tomers, dealers and global trade partners.” Kruse Spradlin GROWMARK, Inc., promotes Marshall Bohbrink to VP, Risk Management & Treas. Continuing as Treas, he assumes responsibility for identifying risks and analyzing methods to finance and mitigate them. Kevin Carroll is named VP, Energy. He most recently was Northern Region Mgr. Shelly Kruse is named VP, Midwest Retail and Acquisitions. She has served as Iowa Reg’l Mgr and Energy Div Mgr. Jim Spradlin is named VP, Agronomy. He most recently was Agronomy Div Mgr. CoBank appoints Reg’l VP Amy Gales as Central Region Pres of its agribusiness lending unit. She joined the bank in 2007, after working at both Commerce Bank and Wells Fargo. Jeff Swanhorst is named VP of Credit for the Agribusiness Banking Group. He was Sr Credit Mgr in the bank’s Minneapolis office. Gales Burrus Hybrids names Mike Langan as its new Sls Mgr, with oversight for the Burrus sales staff as well as the newly acquired Hoblit sales staff. Langan Specialty Fertilizer Products plans to move from Belton, MO, to Leawood, KS, in December. AM mean we BUSINESS Bringing you more coverage of this vital market Increasing publishing frequency to 11 issues per year Focusing editorial around “Your Farm, Your Land, Your Life” Now delivering 100% of key Midwestern producers DON’T MISS OUT ! THE CLOSING DATE IS NOV. 19 FOR THE JANUARY 2009 ISSUE! CONTACT US TODAY AT 1.800.406.8992
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