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Action Pest Control Acquires Blessinger’s Exterm-It-All

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Blessinger’s Exterm-It-All was founded in 1989 by Terry and Pam Blessinger and provides services to customers in Jasper, Ind., and all of Dubois, Spencer and Pike Counties.

| June 30, 2010

JASPER, Ind. — Action Pest Control announced on June 1, it had acquired Blessinger’s Exterm-It-All of Jasper, Ind. 

Action Pest Control, headquartered in Evansville, Ind., has branch offices in Washington and Indianapolis, as well as Owensboro, Ky.  Action Pest Control will continue with operations at the Jasper, Ind.  branch.  “We appreciate the opportunity to strengthen the relationships the Blessinger’s have developed with their customers and community,” Kevin Pass, president, Action Pest Control. 

Action serves residential, commercial and industrial clients with a full complement of pest management services including the specialties of bird control, mosquito abatement and fumigation.  The company has been ranked in the Top 100 industry companies by Pest Control Technology magazine for the last seven years.  Blessinger’s Exterm-It-All was founded in 1989 by Terry and Pam Blessinger and provides services to customers in Jasper, Ind., and all of Dubois, Spencer and Pike Counties.  The new Action Exterm-It-All office is located at 1117 S. State Road 162 in Jasper.

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