Maxx Performance Hires Midwest Regional Sales Manager

(November 10, 2005) - Chester, NY - Maxx Performance, the leader in providing optimized microencapsulated ingredients for the food, beverage and pharmaceutical markets, announced today that Lynne Bukovic has joined the company as Midwest Regional Sales Manager.

In this function, Ms. Bukovic will be responsible for business development and sales in the food ingredients industry. According to Winston Samuels, president and CEO, “Lynne’s extensive background in helping manufacturers establish a presence in new market segments along with her ability to assist them in the marketing of new products, will be a significant advantage to customers.”

Ms. Bukovic’s roots are firmly planted in the food ingredients industry with a background in sales development and marketing. Other previous positions include sales director, marketing manager, and product manager for an international chemical-based material manufacturer. She holds an MBA and a BS degree in chemical engineering.

“Lynne’s history and knowledge of the industry will be an asset to both Maxx Performance and its customers,” stated Samuels. “Her proven dedication to helping companies with their product and business development needs and her understanding of applications are perfectly aligned with our core commitment to offer customers speed of delivery, flexibility and value across all product lines.”

Maxx Performance is committed to delivering value and growth for well-developed products, working with manufacturers to overcome their processing challenges and applying technologies to improve health and wellness. Maxx Performance is passionate about meeting the needs of its customers, and works diligently to achieve the goal of bringing the highest quality products, cost effectively, at the right time, every time.

For more information, contact:
Maxx Performance, Inc.
P.O. Box 711
Chester, NY 10918
E-mail: [email protected]

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