W. F. Young, Inc, marketers of the Absorbine® and Equine America® line of equine health care products, announces the following promotions and appointment in their Animal Health Care Division.
Heather Mullane Bean has been promoted to Marketing Manager for Absorbine Products. She previously held the position of Brand Manager. She joined W. F. Young, Inc. in 2005. Ms. Bean will be involved in brand and strategic planning, advertising, and web-based initiatives. She will also be responsible for expanding relationships with the company’s catalog customers. She has experience in the marketing of consumer products, digital security services, and book publishing. Heather received her undergraduate degree from Seton Hall University and her graduate degree from Bay Path College and currently resides in East Longmeadow, Massachusetts.
Kerry Radcliffe Jenkins, formerly Southwest Sales Support Manager, has been named Senior Sales Manager for the Animal Health Care Division. Ms. Jenkins has been involved in the equine health care industry for over 15 years and has been with W. F. Young for six years. She is responsible for the development and expansion of Absorbine and Equine America products throughout the United States, working closely with distributors and retailers. In her new role, she will also assist in the training of new sales specialists. A horse lover, Kerry started riding at the age of five and has competed in both English and Western disciplines. She resides in Weatherford, Texas.
Absorbine and Equine America products are available nationwide in tack shops, farm supply stores, on-line dealers, and catalogs. For a dealer near you or for more information, visit the W. F. Young website at www.wfyoung.com. Founded in 1892 by Wilbur Fenelon Young and his wife, Mary Ida, the company has provided over a century of quality health care products for the equine industry. The company is recognized as a worldwide leader in innovative, specialized health care brands that enhance the quality and enjoyment of life for families and their pets.