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Mar 30, 2023
Stokes Seeds names manager for Carolinas, TN, KY

Stokes Seeds has hired Anna Young as territory manager for North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Kentucky.

Young will be responsible for seed and service to growers in the region, providing commercial vegetable seed recommendations. In representing Stokes Seeds’ comprehensive product line, she will collaborate with growers to match seed options to their production and profit goals.

Anna Young

“Anna’s background, work experience and passion for serving commercial vegetable producers will make her an asset to growers in the region,” Scott Rush, Southeast sales manager for Stokes Seeds, said in a news release.

A native of North Carolina, Young earned a bachelor’s of science degree in agriscience from North Carolina State University. The 2021 North Carolina Watermelon Queen, Young was a public relations representative for the North Carolina Watermelon Growers Association.

She brings a strong agricultural background to the Stokes Seeds team with experience in crop production and retail sales. She lives in the Alexander, North Carolina, area.

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