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Anderson Opens New Office in Indiana

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The new district office, located in Merrillville, Ind., is intended to accommodate Anderson's growing presence in Northern Indiana.

| September 7, 2012

MERRILLVILLE, Ind. - Anderson Pest Solutions announces the opening of a new district office in Merrillville, Ind. Located at 8057 Cleveland Place in Merrillville, the new facility is intended to accommodate Anderson's growing presence in Northern Indiana.

At the official opening on August 14, Mark O'Hara, president of Anderson Pest Solutions, stated that the new district office, "reflects our commitment to expanding Anderson's service and market share in Northern Indiana."

Management of the new office is trusted to the leadership of the recently promoted district manager, Ryan Field, and to district sales representative, Adrianne Mullins. Mark O'Hara said of the Merrillville management team, "With Ryan's solid commitment to service and Adrianne's strong background in sales, along with the support of the Anderson family, there is little doubt the new office will be successful. Anderson is confident in its choice of leadership to spearhead the company's continued growth within this important market."

The office is located in the heart of Merrillville, with ready access to Anderson's present clients. Anderson's current Indiana services extend as far south as Lafayette, and west past Michigan City and La Porte. Other major Indiana communities served include Valparaiso, Chesterton, Portage, Hobart, Gary, Lowell, Crown Point, Griffith, and Hammond.

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