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Sprague Pest Solutions Promotes Jeff Miller to GM

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Miller, a 37-year veteran of the pest management industry, joined Sprague in 1981 after starting his pest career as a service technician.

| February 11, 2013

TACOMA, Wash. — Sprague Pest Solutions announces the promotion of long-time team member Jeff Miller to the position of general manager of the United States’ 32nd largest pest management service provider.

“The promotion of Jeff Miller is a reflection of his hard work and dedication, not only to Sprague, but to his craft as a pest management professional,” says Alfie Treleven, CEO and president of Sprague Pest Solutions. “In his time at Sprague, Jeff has certainly demonstrated his leadership and innovation skills, and we are excited to have him play such a key role going forward.”

Miller, a 37-year veteran of the pest management industry, joined Sprague in 1981 after starting his pest career as a service technician. During his tenure at Sprague, Miller has served in a variety of management and service capacities including western regional manager and most recently director of operations.

The University of Connecticut graduate has been deeply involved in Sprague’s employee development efforts and fueling growth to provide opportunities for advancement and leadership training at the company.

“People are the strength of our company and we are fortunate to have a dedicated team of professionals throughout our ranks who display a high level commitment to service and innovation for our customers each and every day,” says Miller. “I hope to keep pushing Sprague to be the best service company in our market.”

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