Lindsay Muchmore joins Pleasant View Gardens as product and program specialist

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Pleasant View Gardens, New Hampshire-based national supplier of young plant liners and finished plants to wholesale growers, garden centers, and landscapers, has hired Lindsay Muchmore as its product and program specialist. Muchmore will utilize her years of horticulture industry experience to develop strong partnerships with Proven Winners partners, brokers, and customers, as well as manage product development and programs.

?My passion for the horticulture industry and developing honest, trusting relationships are what I look forward to most in my new role,? Muchmore said: ?The opportunity to help our customers succeed through the programs and products we create here at Pleasant View is exciting.?

According to Pleasant View Gardens, Muchmore is no stranger to cultivating relationships with customers in the industry and translating those conversations into innovative, consumer-focused initiatives. Over the past three years, she has worked as a director of fine gardening and gardening manager, overseeing accounts, conducting inventory analysis, and generating customer pricing. She also holds a degree in Environmental Conservation & Sustainability with a concentration in Horticulture.

?Lindsay is a customer-centered, result-driven individual ? something that Pleasant View and our customers will truly benefit from,? said Andy Huntington, national sales manager of Pleasant View: ?She brings tremendous passion and knowledge to a role that is vital to the success of our customers. We?re thrilled to have her on board.?

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