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US (NJ): McHutchison hires Nathan Lamkey as VP of Sales & Marketing
Lamkey comes to McHutchison with a well-rounded background of horticulture and business. He began his career in his family’s landscape and nursery business. After receiving his degree in Horticulture from the University of Wisconsin Madison, he became an assistant flower breeder with PanAmerican Seed. From there he spent the next 11 years at Ball Horticultural Company in both product development and sales, and most recently as the Director of Sales and Marketing at Terra Nova Nurseries, where he was responsible for substantial sales growth and improved order fulfillment. Additionally, Lamkey received his MBA from Northern Illinois University and is in the process of completing a Post-Baccalaureate program in marketing at Columbia University.
“Nathan’s proven leadership abilities and enviable track record of successfully implementing sales and marketing initiatives will assist McHutchison in continually developing to meet the evolving demands of the greenhouse and nursery marketplace,” said Scott Crownover, President of McHutchison.
Lamkey adds, “McHutchison has been experiencing tremendous growth in the past two years and I am excited to assume these responsibilities to bring us to the next level of development.”
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