Dr. Darlene McCord Hires New Territory Manager for Animal Health Line

Screen Shot 2013-12-19 at 3.59.14 PMCoralville, IA, December 19th, 2013 –-McCord Research, owned by Darlene McCord, Ph.D., CEO, CSO, is the parent company of Pinnaclife Animal Health and has announced its expansion with a new west coast sales department. Pinnaclife Animal Health has hired an expert in the animal health veterinary sales field to help grow their new brand.

Russell Shinabarger will be the Territory Manager for McCord Research’s Animal Health Division, under the Pinnaclife brand products. Shinabarger will primarily focus on the west coast market, targeting the veterinary industry. Shinabarger is brining with him a strong network and a wealth of knowledge for the industry. He has 26 years experience in the animal health industry, specifically in distribution and sales. With past careers at Butler Animal Health and Teva Animal Health, his extensive knowledge of dermatology will be a key asset to the success of Pinnaclife Animal Health.  

“I’m very excited to be on board and to help with getting the Olivamine story out to the veterinarian community. I truly believe the products are revolutionary and will forever change the landscape of wound management in the industry,” Shinabarger said. “My goal is to reach as many clinics and practitioners with the benefits of the products and thus change the lives of the animals and their owners for the better.”

McCord Research is dedicated to respectable science that functions as the foundation for safe and successful topical and nutritional products for both humans and animals. 

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