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Mark Brandt Joins Spray Foam Insulation and Foam Roofing Manufacturer
Mark Brandt and Mac Hess are Back Together Again

MARIETTA, GA, USA – November 1, 2010 - Mark Brandt, 30+ year SPF industry veteran, joins Premium Spray Products in Marietta, Georgia. Mark will become Premium’s new President and he will report to CEO, Mac Hess.

Both Mark Brandt and Mac Hess have a long line of accomplishments in the spray polyurethane foam industry. They have worked together in the past at industry leading companies such as Hess Polyurethanes, and BASF, Inc.

Premium Spray Products manufactures spray foam systems for use in homes, office buildings, institutions, and agricultural structures. They are known for their Foamsulate™ brand of closed-cell and open-cell foam systems.

Premium Spray Products tells SprayFoam.com that all polyurethane chemical systems are not created equal. “The chemistry makes a big difference. Our formulations are carefully designed to provide our customers with systems that are superior in their processing and application performance,” claims Mac Hess, CEO of the company.

“We are excited to have Mark Brandt join our rapidly growing company. Mark will assist with several key accounts and help us to achieve several technology goals in the green building and construction sector.” Hess further adds.

Premium Spray Products utilizes renewable and environmentally friendly products where possible and are dedicated to providing their SPF Contractor base the “green” products their customers now demand.

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For more information about Premium Spray Products, or this article contact them through their website, or at the phone number below.


Premium Spray Products, Inc.
1255 Kennestone Circle
Marietta, GA 30066
Phone: 770-528-9556
Fax: 770-423-9781
E-mail: askus@spraypsp.net


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