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American Green Ventures adds Southwest sales manager

American Green Ventures hired Donnie McDaniel as its new Southwest territory sales manager for the industrial organic absorbent SpillFix.
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American Green Ventures hired Donnie McDaniel as its new Southwest territory sales manager for the industrial organic absorbent SpillFix.

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The company said McDaniel has more than 20 years of experience managing sales for government, commercial, industrial and construction accounts.

SpillFix is designed to absorb hazardous liquid spills on contact, including oils, fuels, solvents, paints and chemicals, enabling faster, cleaner, safer and more effective cleanup with minimal downtime.

“Donnie has a broad range of sales experience in the industrial supply market, in both the commercial and government sectors. He also has a longtime connection to the Texas area,” Galuku Group North America CEO David J. Roache said in a statement. “These will be key assets for us as we introduce Spillfix to the southwestern United States.”

Prior to joining American Green Ventures, McDaniel was a sales manager of government sales and national accounts for D&G Supplies, a national industrial facility maintenance, vehicle maintenance, aircraft maintenance and construction wholesale supplier based in Fort Worth, Texas.

He also was vice president of sales for 14 years at Best Products Co. Inc., an industrial and construction supply company in Denton, Texas. His accounts have included BAE Systems, Borden Inc., Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations LLC, Coors Brewing Co., Cummins Inc., Eaton, General Dynamics, General Mills, Johnson Controls Inc., Lockheed Martin, and Procter & Gamble Co.

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