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A+ Business Brokers Celebrates 30 Years

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Brokerage firm specializing in pest control companies has been in business since 1982.

| October 11, 2012

HIGH SPRINGS, Fla. - A+ Business Brokers has been representing pest control operators and owners involved in mergers and acquisitions since 1982, and the company is celebrating its 30th anniversary. 

"When a business owner has spent years in building their company, it is imperative that the professional you hire to represent your business spends the time identifying and considering all aspects of the business," said Al Woodward, CEO. "A local broker may not be experienced or familiar enough with the pest control industry, often resulting in valuations that are higher than the market will bear, leaving the owner in the seller's market for a number of years without much prospect activity."

A+ was the first business brokerages firm to specialize in providing merger and acquisition opportunities to the pest control industry exclusively, and has set itself apart by having industry experience as owners and operators of pest control companies, the firm said. 

Learn more about the firm at pestcontrolbiz.com.

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