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US: Stuppy adds four industry sales veterans

Stuppy Greenhouse recently added to its sales team with four industry veterans as part of an expansion to allow greater coverage of all 50 states. The new sales hires will join the existing team of five sales representatives to allow much more extensive customer service throughout the country.

“We’re excited to announce this expansion of our sales team to nine people,” notes company President Matt Stuppy. “Each of them are extremely knowledgeable about greenhouse growing and all have served as trusted experts who find the ideal solution for their customers. By expanding our coverage, Stuppy can partner with growers nationwide to provide exactly what they want and need for their success.”

Expanded sales team
Longtime Stuppy sales representative Neil Devaney and the existing team will continue to serve their current customers. In addition, Devaney, who has 25 years of industry experience, will also continue to spearhead institutional greenhouse projects and have some sales management responsibilities.

Contact: 803-760-8847;

Michael Kovalycsik brings 30 years of greenhouse and horticultural experience to Stuppy. He has handled all aspects of greenhouse design and construction on a wide variety of projects from coast to coast. In addition to his role in sales, he will serve as Stuppy’s new marketing manager with additional sales management responsibilities. He is centrally located in Aurora, Ohio and will work with growers in the Northeast, Ohio and Michigan areas.

Contact: 216-299-5664;

James Parris has been involved with greenhouse and system design and project management on large and small greenhouses throughout the Southeast since 1986. He is located in Hendersonville, North Carolina, with easy access to locations in the Southeast.

Contact: 828-685-2499;

Kevin Innes brings 25 years of experience to the team, having covered the western United States for industry manufacturers. He is located in Portland, OR and will serve customers in the Northwest and mountain areas.

Contact: 503-807-9907;

Armando Echavarria’s 24 years of industry experience include work with commercial and institutional greenhouse design and implementation, as well as custom conservatory applications. He is highly knowledgeable in heating, cooling, controls and design. He will work with growers in the Southwest.

Contact: 951-639-4858;

For more information:
Stuppy Greenhouse Manufacturing

Publication date: 7/10/2018



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