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|Industry||Landscape and lighting|
|Predecessor(s)||Richard E. Hunter|
|Founder(s)||Edwin J. Hunter
Paul M. Hunter
|Headquarters||San Marcos, California, United States|
|Key people||Greg Hunter, President|
Hunter produces pop-up gear-driven rotors, spray sprinklers, valves, controllers, central controllers and weather sensors. The company reports that it holds more than 250 product patents and 40 trademarks. The company was founded in 1981 by Edwin J. Hunter and Paul M. Hunter, to produce a compact landscape sprinkler called the "PGP" (an acronym meaning "professional gear-driven pop-up"). The former president and CEO was Richard E. Hunter, Edwin’s son. Richard's son, Greg Hunter, is the current president.
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