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Cassie Mayer is Hired by Animart

Cassie Mayer is Hired by Animart
The 2014 UW-Madison graduate is working in inside sales.

Cassandra Mayer has been hired by Animart Inc. in the inside sales department of the dairy and livestock division which provides animal health products, supplies and solutions to producers.

Mayer graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison with a bachelor's degree in life sciences communications last May.

While attending college, she interned within the agriculture community at PDPW, Morgan Meyers and Koepke Family Farms. She brings these experiences to a role that allows her to build relationships with Animart customers by answering inbound calls, entering producer orders and making outbound calls.

Cassie Mayer graduated from UW-Madison last May with a bachelor's degree in life sciences communications.

In addition to the internships she held while attending college, Mayer grew up on a 75 cow dairy outside Slinger. She has helped her family on the farm since she was little and took care of their calves throughout high school. Her family has been an Animart customer for a number of years and she is excited to get to work on the other side.

"Mayer's past experiences will be a valuable addition to Animart," said Dan Ellsworth, president of Animart. "The strong communication skills she has developed will allow her to connect with and become a great resource to our producers."

"Animart offers a lot of great solutions for producers, including my family," said Mayer. "I look forward to continuing this tradition and using my knowledge to help our producers succeed."

Source: Animart
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