Howard Nager joins Progressive Produce

Progressive Produce has announced the hiring of Howard Nager as Vice President of Business Development and Marketing.

“We are excited to have someone of Howard Nager’s caliber & experience joining the company. Howard is an excellent fit with Progressive’s core values. He is an excellent collaborator and has remained customer focused throughout his career in fresh produce. His leadership will play a significant role in executing our strategy and achieving our vision,” President, Marty Kamer said.

Nager brings over 36 years of business development and marketing experience within the produce industry. He joins Progressive previously from citrus producer Sun Pacific located in Pasadena, California.

As the VP of Business Development and Marketing, Nager will build relationships in order to develop new business opportunities as well as strengthening the existing relationships with customers across the United States and Canada, the company said. With his knowledge and passion for business, Nager will help mentor the sales team and work in the development and execution of strategic marketing strategies.

“I am extremely excited to join the team at Progressive Produce and feel that it is a great fit with my qualifications and personality. Progressive is well known for their innovative quality products, top-tier customer service and a dedicated work force focused on pursuing excellence. There is a tremendous feeling of ownership within the organization and even a greater focus on the Core Values that are shared throughout the company. I look forward to being a part of this dynamic growth.” Howard Nager shared.

For more information:
Oscar Guzman
Progressive Produce
Ph: +1 (323) 890-8100

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