DryJect announces franchise expansion

DryJect announces franchise expansion

Paul Hagy will cover northeast Texas; Jeremy Batz will cover upstate New York.

May 7, 2017
DryJect has announced the expansion of its business operations with the addition of two new franchisees. Representing another step forward in fulfilling the company’s mission to have a strong presence across all areas of the country, the establishment of the new franchise territories will provide prompt and quality service to the formerly underserviced areas in portions of northeast Texas and Upstate New York.  
 
Paul Hagy of North Texas DryJect has purchased the DryJect franchise territory which includes Dallas-Fort Worth and the entire northeast Texas corner. Hagy travels the area frequently for his present business Texas Sports Sands supplying specialty sand and aggregate materials to the golf and sports turf industry. He has owned and operated Texas Sports Sands for over nine years. He was a golf course superintendent for eight years in Oklahoma prior to setting out on his own. Hagy attended Oklahoma State University and received his degree in turfgrass management. He resides in McKinney, Texas.  
 
Jeremy Batz of DryJect Upstate New York will be covering a large portion of New York along with his established DryJect neighbor Steve Jordan of DryJect Northeast. Batz’s territory will include the entire western part of the state as well as many counties immediately west of the New York City metropolitan area and far northern parts of the state. He will also be covering the state of Vermont. Batz has spent the past five years as a golf course superintendent and served for two years as the assistant superintendent at Trump National Golf Club in Colts Neck, N.J. He also served as the assistant at The Club at Cordillera in Colorado. Batz attended Penn State University and received his degree in turfgrass management. He currently resides in Wall, N.J., but plans on moving to New York soon.  
 
“We are excited to have Paul and Jeremy as part of the DryJect family,” DryJect vice president of operations Jeff Broadbelt said. “We wish them the best of luck in their endeavors as we work together to ensure the best possible service to our customers. It is pleasing to know that these areas will receive the attention and quality of service they deserve.”