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Breunig Appointed U.S. Dairy Sales Director at ABS Global

Breunig Appointed U.S. Dairy Sales Director at ABS Global
He will work with ABS field staff.

Tom Breunig has been appointed the U.S. dairy sales director for ABS Global

Breunig will work closely with the field staff, leading the U.S. dairy sales business by facilitating their roles and future plans to strengthen and grow the ABS business profitably.

Tom's strategic mind-set coupled with diverse experiences, qualifies him to lead the dairy sales team," commented Jack Hippen, General Manager of ABS North America. "Having spent several years in the field, Tom has a very strong understanding for the needs of both our business and the dairy industry." 

Breunig has fulfilled many roles with ABS Global.  He began his career as a Genetic Management System® (GMS®) Evaluator and grew into a District Sales Manager role, earning him a place at the President's Round Table.  He transitioned to a GMS Manager role and then became the Global Dairy Product Manager.  While Global Dairy Product Manager, Breunig was instrumental in developing and executing the introduction of Judge's Choice™, Rock Solid Genetics® and the Reproductive Management System® (RMS®).

In his most recent position, Breunig served as the Business Development Director and Northern Division Sales Manager. He successfully developed and executed field sales marketing plans, coached and trained agricultural sales people in a number of markets.  Breunig worked closely with sales managers and field staff to enhance products and services offered to current ABS customers, while growing the ABS livestock business.

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