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Forsyth Exterminating Named to Bulldog 100

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The Cumming, Ga.-based company was recognized as the No. 63 fastest growing business owned or operated by a University of Georgia graduate.

| March 6, 2014

ATHENS, Ga.– Forsyth Exterminating, based in Cumming, GA. was recognized as the No. 63 fastest growing business owned or operated by a University of Georgia graduate during the 2014 Bulldog 100 Celebration on January 25 at the Marriott Marquis in downtown Atlanta.

Forsyth Exterminating, owned/founded/led by 2006 UGA alumnus Julie Ramirez, specializes in pest, termite & wildlife control in metro Atlanta and North Georgia.

“To receive this award for the second year in a row is a true honor and a testament that our customers remain our #1 focus,” Julie Ramirez said.

The Bulldog 100, coordinated by the University of Georgia Alumni Association, recognizes the 100 fastest growing businesses owned or operated by UGA alumni. For the fifth year in a row,

 

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