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Atrix Adds Patrick Callahan as Consultant

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Atrix is a manufacturer of commercial and industrial vacuum cleaners.

| October 3, 2012

Patrick Callahan

ALPHARETTA, Ga. — Patrick Callahan, president of C3 Group, has joined Atrix International as a consultant. Atrix is a manufacturer of commercial and industrial vacuum cleaners, including patented Immediate Containment HEPA Cartridge Filter systems.

“Over the last month, I have learned more about vacuum technology and HEPA filters than I ever thought possible,” said Callahan, who added, “It is apparent that PMPs have a great opportunity to upgrade their professional image and practices by utilizing state of the art vacuum and HEPA filter technology.”

Atrix International manufactures, at their facility in Burnsville, Minnesota, three models of true HEPA vacuums and the accompanying patented filters that are rated to pick up hazardous materials like viruses, bacteria and lead dust.

C3 Group provides sales, marketing, strategic planning and business analysis, technical training, continuing education and business expansion support to manufacturers, distributors and pest management professionals.

Callahan can be contacted at pfcallahan@earthlink.net or connect with him at http://www.linkedin.com/in/patcallahan.

More information about Atrix International products can be found at www.atrix.com.

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