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Craig Thomas Pest Control Announces Acquisition of JBK Pest Control

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JBK Pest Control was founded by Scott Smith, who will be retiring from the pest management industry.

| January 12, 2010

Hyde Park, N.Y. — Craig Thomas, president of Craig Thomas Pest Control announced the acquisition of JBK Pest Control, Mt. Marion, N.Y.

JBK Pest Control was founded by Scott Smith, who will be retiring from the pest management industry. “The quality and reputation at Craig Thomas Pest Control was an important factor in my decision,” Smith said. “I am confident that our customers will continue to receive a high quality service”.

“We are very excited about the opportunity to further expand and develop our footprint in the Hudson Valley,” said Craig Thomas.

Craig Thomas Pest Control serves the entire Hudson Valley and is proud to be the first 
GreenPro and Bedbug Free Certified Company in our local area. For more information contact Craig Thomas Pest Control, at 845/229-6833 or visit www.callcraig.com.

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