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Control Solutions Adds Kurtz as NE Territory Sales Manager

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John Kurtz brings more than eight years of industry experience with him.

| February 21, 2013

PASADENA, Texas — Control Solutions, Inc. announced that John Kurtz has joined its pest control division as Northeast Territory Sales Manager.

In his role, Kurtz, who will be based in Lilitz, Pa., will manage the Northeast sector of the country, spanning from Virginia to the Canadian border.

"CSI has experienced a growing need to add focus to the Northeast sector of the country and John will play an important role in increasing CSI's footprint in these areas," said Lyn Hitt, National PCO Sales Manager.

This will be especially beneficial as CSI launches some first-time proprietary products to the pest control industry this year. Kurtz comes to CSI with 8 years of industry experience. His knowledge and background will make him a valuable asset to the CSI team.

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