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Loyal Termite and Pest Control Wins Pair of Awards

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The company was recently recognized by Richmond Magazine and Angie’s List.

| March 14, 2013

RICHMOND, Va. — Loyal Termite and Pest Control, Richmond, Va., was recently recognized by Richmond Magazine and Angie’s List.

Loyal  was unanimously chosen as Richmond Magazine Reader’s Choice Number #1 Pest Control Company serving the Central Virginia Region. This is the second year in a row Loyal has received this award. Richmond Magazine interviewed Loyal Owner Nick Lupini about the award and the company. Lupini noted that 2012 was one of the company’s busiest thanks to surge in bed bugs. Loyal’s bed bug program includes vacuuming, treatment and  the use of encasement systems.  Loyal also still uses their popular Jack Russell terrier, Hunter, to sniff out termites.

Loyal also was recognized as a 2012 Angie’s List Super Service Award, an honor awarded annually to approximately 5 percent of all the companies rated on Angie’s List, a leading provider of consumer reviews on local service companies.
 

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