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Spartan Chemical Expands National Accounts Program
Spartan Chemical Company, Inc., a formulator and manufacturer of sustainable cleaning and sanitation solutions for the industrial and institutional market, announced the expansion of the national account team.
As the industrial and institutional cleaning industry evolves, buying groups, purchasing organizations, and national corporations are playing a growing role, affecting an increasing percentage of purchase decisions. As a result, Spartan Chemical has appointed Courtney Clark and Ryan Leadingham as corporate account managers in the company’s national account team, led by David Reed, vice president, National Accounts.
Increasingly, we are seeing more and more national account opportunities,” said John Swigart, president, Spartan Chemical. “In response to this important market dynamic, Spartan is expanding our team, enabling incremental growth across our distribution network.”
Courtney Clark joins Spartan from Provista, a Vizient Company (previously Novation and Med Assets) where she started in 2011 in the contracting division. She then moved into outside sales as corporate account executive where her responsibilities included new member recruitment and overall business development within various market segments. Clark is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma with a Bachelors in public relations.
Ryan Leadingham joins the national account team as corporate account manager, west coast. Leadingham holds a bachelor’s degree in organizational communication from California State University, Sacramento, California. With over 11 years of experience in the janitorial/sanitation industry, Ryan has had extensive industry experience, most recently serving as manager for Spartan’s building service contractors program.
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