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Anderson Acquires St. Charles, Mo.-Based Pest Solutions

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Pest Solutions has served the St. Louis area, providing both residential and commercial services.

| January 20, 2010

CHICAGO – Anderson Pest Solutions announced it has acquired Pest Solutions, St. Charles, Mo.

Marv Boyer, president of Pest Solutions, said, “Anderson’s team is wonderful to work with and provides the highest caliber of service. That’s why I asked their team to care for my clients.” 

Mark O’Hara, president of Anderson added, “Like Pest Solutions, Anderson, is a family-owned company dedicated to providing a superior service experience and a pest-free environment and we are excited about this opportunity”.

Pest Solutions has served the St. Louis metropolitan area, providing both residential and commercial services.

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