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Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition promotes three

Article-Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition promotes three

Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition announces the promotions of Scott Druker, James Rainey and Ben Towns. Druker has been promoted to general manager of Animal Nutrition; Rainey has been promoted to director of Americas Sales and Towns has been promoted to director of Global Business.

“Scott, Jim and Ben have each played an integral role in enabling the growth and diversification of our business,” says Curt Siverling, president, Specialty Products Division of Church & Dwight Co. Inc, the parent company of Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition. “We are confident that they will continue to guide the Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition team in meeting the growing needs of producers globally.”

Druker has served as director of Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition for the past five years, supporting the business successfully through two acquisitions and expanding the business from a strong North American base into a global animal productivity business.

Rainey most recently served as the Americas senior sales manager with responsibilities for overseeing channel and enterprise sales in North, Central and South America.

Towns has served as Global Business manager for the past year, where his responsibilities included coordinating the global animal nutrition business. Prior to this role, he served as director of sales and technology at Landmark Services Cooperative. Towns also previously worked for Arm & Hammer as a Channel sales manager for the Central region of the United States.

Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition, with headquarters in Princeton, N.J., is a global leader in offering a complete family of innovative, research-proven livestock and poultry feed ingredients to improve producer profitability. To learn more about Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition, visit

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