Sep 14, 2023
Horticultural supplier Dramm welcomes marketing, sales associate

The Dramm Corp. has added Noah Dramm Becker as a marketing and sales associate.

In his role, Becker will work primarily with the company’s commercial products and water management teams in content creation, website management, social media marketing, and advertising.

Noah Dramm Becker

Becker will also hold sales responsibility for several Mid-Atlantic states, working with the northeast technical representative Brett Kroszner. Additionally, Becker will work with the consumer and fertilizer segments to aid in their marketing efforts.

Becker joins the company after working in biotechnology for the past two years, doing research and development of new drug treatments. As a fourth-generation Dramm family member, Becker grew up around the business, working for the Dramm Corp. during summers and time away from school.

“We are so excited to have Noah join us,” Kurt Becker, Dramm’s executive vice president of commercial products, said in a news release. “His background in biochemistry, combined with his creative talents, will bring a unique perspective to the company and industry.”

In its third generation of family ownership, the Dramm Corp. was founded in 1941 with the invention of the 400AL Water Breaker Nozzle. Dramm grew to a four-segment business: commercial greenhouse equipment, retail gardening products, Drammatic organic fertilizer, and DRAMMwater for greenhouse water treatment systems.

 




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