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Evergreen Implement Company adds two new positions

Evergreen Implement is pleased to announce Renee Nelson has accepted the position of enterprise Marketing Manager for Evergreen Implement Company. Renee joined their team May 29, 2012 as Office Manager at their Thief River Falls location with the...

Evergreen Implement is pleased to announce Renee Nelson has accepted the position of enterprise Marketing Manager for Evergreen Implement Company.

Renee joined their team May 29, 2012 as Office Manager at their Thief River Falls location with the ability to support marketing. The growing business at Thief River Falls has not provided time to fully utilize Renee's marketing talents, so they have hired another staff member, Dawn Larson, at the Thief River Falls location.

Dawn will be serving in the dual roles of Store Administrator and Centralized Warranty Administrator. She will initially focus on assuming the responsibilities of Store Administrator and will develop her Centralized Warranty Administrator role, which is new to this enterprise.

Renee's previous employment experience includes advertising representative, advertising manager, multimedia specialist, and marketing supervisor/managers.

Renee will be working with marketing, brand development and advertising. They are expanding the list of areas where she can utilize her talents at all four locations for Evergreen Implement Company. Renee will continue to be based at the Thief River Falls location.

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Dawn brings employment experiences as bank teller, office assistant, administrative assistant/human resources/business office manager, and Farm Service Agency program technician/administrative to the Evergreen team.

Evergreen Implement is pleased to welcome Dawn, and is excited to implement the new positions added to the company.

Evergreen Implement has 4 locations, Warren, Thief River Falls, Mahnomen and Baudette.

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