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Black Pest Prevention Opens Service Center in Mooresville, N.C.

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The new office is the company's fourth service center in North Carolina.

| March 22, 2011

CHARLOTTE, NC. — Black Pest Prevention announced the opening of its fourth service center in North Carolina.
“We are delighted to open our second new service center in less than a year in order to better serve our customers in the surrounding Charlotte area,” said Mike Davis, chief operating officer of Black Pest Prevention. “The real estate recession we have been experiencing has given us the opportunity to buy premium retail locations for these new offices at less than premium prices. Above all else our team strives to deliver top quality service to all our communities, and an additional service center enables us to continue to put our communities first and contribute to the local economy during this recession.”

Black Pest Prevention joins the Mooresville community and opened its service center with six new team members to meet the increased demand for services in the surrounding Charlotte area.

The new Mooresville Service Center is located at 261 Williamson Road in Mooresville, North Carolina, 28117. For more information about Black Pest Prevention, visit www.blackpest.com or call 888-315-0308.
 

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