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Reynolds Wins Angie’s List Service Award

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The Angie’s List “Super Service Award” for Pest Control was presented to Reynolds Pest Management, Port Saint Lucie, Fla.

| January 17, 2013

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Reynolds Pest Management, headquartered in Port Saint Lucie, Fla., announced its recent award through Angie’s List, the “Super Service Award” for pest control.

This specific award is the highest ranked award presented to only a very few select superior companies with outstanding reviews. The Super Service Award was given to Reynolds Pest Management in recognition of the highly rated services and the exceptional reviews by the Angie’s List member community. Less than 5% of business listed on Angie’s List will ever be awarded with the “Super Service Award.”

Reynolds Pest Management takes great pride in the honor of receiving the award. There are approximately 2 million people that make up the Angie’s List member community that take reviews and their references seriously. The award was presented to Reynolds Pest management last month for the services categorized in Pest Control and Pest Control Exterminating.
 

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