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Apex Pest Control Enters South Florida Market

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The company acquired Preferred Pest Solutions of Palm Beach, Lloyds Pest Control of Okeechobee, and also opened it’s sixth branch office, located in Miami Beach.

| June 2, 2011

Apex Pest Control has acquired Preferred Pest Solutions of Palm Beach, Lloyds Pest Control of Okeechobee, and also opened it’s sixth branch office, located in Miami Beach.

As a result of these acquisitions Apex welcomes previous owners Katie Garnett and Jim Bartley to its management team.

Owner Peter Eldridge says, “We are extremely excited to finally enter the South Florida Market. In just a few months we have been awarded some very major contracts and we foresee incredible growth here.”

Apex already had offices in Jacksonville, Cocoa, Orlando and Tampa.

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