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Pestguard Commercial Services Names Marketing Coordinator

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Cindi Bass will fill the new position for the company.

| April 19, 2013

SARASOTA, Fla. - Pestguard Commercial Services (PCS) announced that Cindi Bass will be the company's new marketing coordinator.

"Cindi joins Pestguard at an exciting time in our company history as we have expanded our service to the community association and commercial markets to include grounds maintenance, landscape installation, lawn care and irrigation in addition to the pest, termite and fumigation services we have provided for over 20 years," said Roger G. Mensing, owner and president of PCS.

Bass was previously marketing director for Florida Southern Roofing and will be leading Pestguard's marketing efforts as we expand further into the Tampa Bay region.

"Cindi is a great addition to our team," Mensing said. "She has years of experience working with property managers, board members and homeowners' groups through her position with the Community Associations Institute."

Learn more about the firm at pestguardtermite.com

 

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