BOSS Tank names new president

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OSWEGO, KS, Oct. 16, 2006 -- BOSS Tank announced the appointment of John Farris as president, effective Oct. 16. Farris has more than thirty years experience in the storage industry. He will be responsible for guiding and directing all aspects of BOSS Tank's business: engineering, sales, marketing and operations.

"John is a true veteran of the tank business," said Barbara Storment, Sales and Marketing Manager at BOSS Tank. She cited his knowledge, experience, standards, ethics, vision and leadership. Prior to joining BOSS Tank, Farris was president of All State Tank Manufacturing in Grove, OK. He has been President of A.O. Smith Engineered Storage Products Company and President of Peabody TecTank, Inc.

"Boss Tank's quality initiatives and unique manufacturing processes bring exciting new solutions to the storage marketplace," Farris said. He expressed his enthusiasm for the opportunity to work with BOSS Tank personnel, many of whom he has worked with in the past. "It's the people who make a company and the people in this organization are poised to achieve remarkable growth," he said.

BOSS Tank (www.bosstank.com), of Oswego, KS, manufactures field-erected smoothwall bolted and shop-welded tanks and silos for both dry bulk and liquid industrial storage. Markets serviced by BOSS Tank include the plastics, mineral, chemical and food industries on the dry side and potable water and water treatment for municipalities, industrial process water and fire protection in liquids.

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