Adapt8 Appoints D.J. Domeyer Sales Manager

D.J. Domeyer

Greenhouse covering company expands sales staff

Salem, OR (May 22, 2018) - Adapt8, best known as the manufacturer of the greenhouse covering Solexx, has named D.J. Domeyer sales manager. Domeyer will lead the sales team and create and execute strategic sales programs. The addition of Domeyer is part of Adapt8’s strategic growth plan which calls for significant growth and business process development.

Domeyer has 25 years of experience in sales and sales leadership. His understanding of relationship management, customer service and negotiation skills will contribute to his leadership and management of the sales team, as well as business development opportunities.

“Adapt8 is fortunate to have added D.J. to our sales team, the Adapt8 sales team is in the most capable hands,” said Michelle Moore, CEO of Adapt8. “With his extensive experience in the agricultural sales field and proven track record in generating sales revenue, D.J. is the ideal candidate to help nourish the relationships we have built with our existing customers and dealers, as well as expand our business.”

Domeyer joins Adapt8 from General Implement Distributors where he was the territory manager for Washington, Oregon and Northern California for seven years. Additionally, he gained considerable landscaping experience at John Deere Co. and DeSantis Landscape. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering Technology at Oregon State University.

An active member of his industry, Domeyer earned a certificate for the Mastering Leadership Program at Westminster College.

Adapt8, a family-owned company based in Salem, Ore., is changing the way the world grows food with innovative products for agricultural, gardening and industrial customers. Adapt8 is a sustainable company with scientifically researched greenhouse and agricultural products that grow bigger, brighter and better crops. Adapt8 is best known for Solexx, a twin-wall greenhouse covering material that surpasses other covering choices in insulation, light, quality and longevity resulting in healthier plants and lower energy bills. Visit for more information.