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Spartan Chemical Promotes Erickson and Waite to Regional Manager

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MAUMEE, OH. — June 27, 2014
— Spartan Chemical Company, Inc., a recognized leader in the formulation and manufacture of sustainable cleaning and sanitation solutions for the industrial and institutional market, today announced the promotion of Rob Erickson and Stephen Waite to the role of regional manager, effective June 16, 2014.

Rob Erickson 2014Mr. Erickson, joins Spartan as the regional manager for the Seattle, Washington region. Rob most recently served as a regional territory manager for Portland Energy Conservation, Inc. in Salt Lake City, Utah. Prior to that he worked as a strategic territory manager for Simmons Mattress, based out of Atlanta, Georgia for ten years. Mr. Erickson holds a Bachelor of Arts in Technical Sales from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. He also recently completed his MBA at Western Governors University WGU in Salt Lake City, Utah.



Stephen Waite 2014Before joining Spartan, Mr. Waite, who has responsibility for the Las Vegas region, was the Chief Financial Officer for Laptop Xchange in Henderson, Nevada. Prior to that, Stephen owned and operated Las Vegas Bookkeeping & Tax in Henderson, Nevada. Stephen holds an Associates degree from the College of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas, Nevada.






About Spartan Chemical Company, Inc.
Spartan Chemical Company, Inc. has been a recognized leader in the formulation and manufacture of sustainable cleaning and sanitation solutions for the industrial and institutional market since 1956. A proud US employer, Spartan manufactures high quality products from its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Maumee, OH and sells both domestically and internationally through a selective network of distribution. Spartan’s chemical products and services are used in building service contractor, education, healthcare, food service and processing, lodging/hospitality, and industrial markets.

 

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