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Nashville-Based Ace Exterminating Receives Seal of Satisfaction

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Ace Exterminating received the 2011 Seal of Satisfaction in the pest control category.

| April 29, 2011

Ace Exterminating's Johnnie Hunter and Scotty Yant

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Services Select announced the 2011 Seal of Satisfaction certification mark and award recipient companies for Nashville.  Ace Exterminating received the 2011 Seal of Satisfaction in the pest control category. Ace Exterminating has been serving Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky since 1988, offering general pest, termite, moisture and wildlife control

The awards and certificates were presented to owners or executives of each company at a January dinner banquet.
“The Seal of Satisfaction is a federally registered certification mark with the U.S Patent and Trademark Office and a resource on which consumers can rely,” said Gary Miller, Services Select’s chief executive officer. “Companies receiving the Seal have committed to uphold the highest standards of quality and exceptional service. It separates and elevates recipient companies from their competitors and certainly simplifies the life of the consumer wondering which company to contact when in need. Services Select has a 19-step evaluation and interview process, with five of those steps involving further elimination of companies not meeting the high standards and commitment required for certification.”
An independent research firm, Wilkins Research Services, conducts both the nomination process with local consumers and initial evaluation of nominated companies. From over 70 different professional services categories, consumers nominate businesses who are then evaluated using proprietary criteria. Upon eliminating companies not worthy of consideration for the Seal of Satisfaction, the research company provides Services Select with a certified list of finalist companies. Services Select personnel then conducts interviews with finalist company owners or executives to review each company’s systems, policies and procedures, employees training programs, documentation procedures, etc; to determine whether the invitation to receive the certification mark with be extended.
 “We are certainly proud to recognize such an elite group of professional services companies in the Nashville area.” said Sean Tinsley, chief operating officer of Services Select. “These Seal of Satisfaction award recipient executives and their employees are to be applauded for their daily commitment to business excellence and customer/client/patient satisfaction. Local consumers can call them with confidence.”

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