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Reliable Pest Control Celebrates 10th Anniversary

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Next month, the Toronto-based company commemorates 10 years in business.

| October 3, 2012

TORONTO, Ontario, Canada — In November 2012, Reliable Pest Control, Toronto Canada, will be celebrating its 10 year anniversary.

Reliable President Brian Menard said that Reliable has grown from a staff of four to 20, and the company’s revenues have increase 700% during this time.

“The key to Reliable’s success can mainly be attributed to our quality service delivery by both our operation and administrative staff,” he said. “Referrals have been a big part of our growth strategy and will continue to be in the future. I also wanted to thank our suppliers for being there for us during this period.”

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