Brad Martin joins RealAgriculture as sales lead

RealAgriculture is continuing to see growth in sales, and as a result, we are pleased to announce our newest team member: Brad Martin.

As of this week, Martin will work alongside the current customer experience and sales team — Rhett Soveran (Product Manager), Christiana Bach (Sales Coordinator) and Tricia Haney (Accounts Receivables) — to manage and lead customer relationships for RealAgriculture.

“Brad’s sales experience and passion for ag media make him a great fit for RealAg. Brad adds sales experience and depth to our sales team, which is great news for our clients,” says Shaun Haney, founder of RealAgriculture.

Martin has a Bachelor of Business Administration from Assiniboine Community College and comes to the company with skills in team management, media relations, online advertising, and digital strategy.

Born and raised on a mixed farm in southwest Manitoba, Martin continues RealAgriculture’s commitment to hiring team members with a strong connection to agriculture.

RealAgriculture is focused on the issues that impact agriculture. Since 2008, the site has delivered opinions on issues so producers get not only the news but the insight into what the news means to their business. Real Agriculture’s website and mobile app platforms feature video, podcasts and blogs, covering farm shows, current events and production information. The company also broadcasts RealAg Radio daily on Rural Radio 147 on Sirius XM at 4PM Eastern time.

RealAgriculture has seen continued growth since its inception, as farmers have embraced digital content and on-demand products.

RealAgriculture’s head office is in Picture Butte, Alberta, with news bureaus across Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario.

For more information, please contact:

Shaun Haney: M: 403.634.7061, E: [email protected]

Brad Martin: M: 204.725.9667, O: 204.729.8032  E: [email protected]

 

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