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LearnSomething Adds Senior Sales Reps to Keep Pace with Demand

Company continues to grow with education programs for staff and consumers

TALLAHASSEE, Fla., March 19 /PRNewswire/ -- LearnSomething Inc., a leader in technology-delivered education for food, drug and mass retailers, today announced the hiring of three senior sales representatives as part of its initiative to meet rising demand for its retail pharmacy and supermarket chain store's employee training and consumer information programs. The sales team members -- Gary Bersh, Jennifer Cadieux and Mike Meyer -- bring over 45 years of combined experience and expertise in retail, IT and eLearning solutions.

With these additions, LearnSomething has increased its field and internal sales force in North America from 12 to 15 representatives.

"I am delighted to hire three candidates so well versed in our products and with such a nuanced understanding of our clients' needs," said Rick Fuelling, LearnSomething's Executive Vice-President. "Jennifer, Gary and Mike will develop strategies to reach out and serve our clients beyond their expectations. Jennifer's success stems from TutorPro, a leading provider of eLearning to top U.S. and Canadian law firms. Jennifer's know-how for new business development in vertical markets gives LearnSomething clients an experienced consultant to help them reduce costs and enhance compliance through LearnSomething's products and services. Gary and Mike bring equally distinguished experiences and impressive track records."

Mike Meyer, with 20 plus years specializing in business development in healthcare, most recently as Vice President of Retail National Accounts with Cardinal Health, joins LearnSomething's shopper marketing team. "When I saw their shopper marketing program, I knew I wanted to get on board. Most shopper marketing programs do little more than shift the typical sales message to store aisles. The LearnSomething model is a breakthrough -- making product information available to shoppers so they can make informed product decisions that solve their individual and family needs."

Gary Bersh and Jennifer Cadieux will each direct regional sales efforts to distribute innovative compliance, operational and sales performance products and services. Bersh, whose most recent tenure was at Oracle, sees his move to LearnSomething as a natural progression. "LearnSomething offered me the opportunity to take my years in software implementation, training strategies and product management and bring them together in one position. I'll be able to bring all my experience and knowledge to bear on clients' issues and offer them LearnSomething solutions that will leave them and me completely satisfied at the end of the day. That's as good as it gets."

Fuelling agrees. "I've been in this business for decades and I consider this to be one of our finest recruitment efforts. We look forward to introducing our new sales members to our clients to begin servicing them right away."

About LearnSomething

LearnSomething is the leading provider of eLearning solutions for the food, drug and health care industries. For more than 15 years LearnSomething's products and custom development services have helped companies and professional associations meet training objectives through flexible online, blended and instructor-led programs. LearnSomething's shopper marketing program, Shoppertunities(TM), delivers product solution messages that shoppers tune in.

SOURCE LearnSomething Inc.

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