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Senninger Welcomes Adam Skolnik as Vice-President of Global Sales

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CLERMONT, Fla. – October 31, 2018 – Senninger Irrigation is pleased to announce the appointment of Adam Skolnik as vice-president of global sales. Skolnik rejoins the Senninger team, as we deepen our commitment to increase our market presence and expand our resources to the agricultural irrigation markets we serve.

Skolnik is a former president of the Irrigation Association and brings more than 40 years of irrigation experience to the Senninger/Hunter Industries family of companies. “This appointment reinforces our industry-leading position as application experts in mechanized and solid set irrigation. We are excited to bring this level of added value and industry expertise to our worldwide network of customers,” said Steve Abernethy, president of Senninger Irrigation.

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