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Allgood Pest Solutions Celebrates Successful 2012

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Georgia company closes year with acquisition of three firms, is named one of Georgia's best places to work by Georgia Trend magazine.

| January 3, 2013

DUBLIN, Ga. - Allgood Pest Solutions announced the acquisition of three pest control firms in the southeastern United States: Pied Piper, Charleston, S.C.; South Georgia Termite & Pest Control, Douglas, Ga.; and James Aiken Pest Control, Augusta, Ga.

"Trust is important in our industry," said Lanny Allgood, CEO, Allgood Pest Solutions. "We've ensured our new customers that we will do all we can with our experience and resources to exceed their expectations throughout the acquisition period."

Jon Loveland, previous owner of Pied Piper, will join the team at Allgood Pest Solutions. Loveland has more than 30 years industry experience and has held leadership positions with the South Carolina Pest Control Association as regional director and Charleston Pest Control Association as a two-term president, according to Allgood.

As well, Allgood Pest Solutions was named one of the eight best places to work in the November 2012 issue of Georgia Trend. "This pun- and fun-loving outfit also hands out peppermints dubbed 'bereave-mints' to help 'sensitive souls' grieving for cockroaches and fire ants," the magazine wrote.

Visit allgoodpestsolutions.com for more information on the company.

 

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