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Industry veteran Billy Blasingame announces the opening of Blasingame Pest Management, in McDonough, Ga.

| April 20, 2012

MCDONOUGH, Ga. --- Industry veteran Billy Blasingame announces the opening of Blasingame Pest Management, Inc. in McDonough, GA.

“We are very excited about providing pest, termite and mosquito services to the residents of Henry County and surrounding areas in Metro Atlanta. We owned and operated WEB Pest Control in McDonough for nearly 20 years and we are very excited to pick up where we left off,” said Blasingame.

Blasingame’s wife Shayne helps handle all of the administrative duties just as she did for WEB Pest Control. According to Blasingame, he is very excited to have his dad, Bill Blasingame, Sr., as an advisor. “It’s pretty impressive to have such and industry icon and expert at your fingertips to bounce ideas and thoughts off of,” he said.

Prior to opening Blasingame Pest Management, Blasingame started his career with Stephenson Chemical Company in the late 1970s. He owned and operated WEB Pest Control from 1980 until 2000, also located in McDonough, Ga.,  then most recently worked for Arrow Exterminators as VP of Commercial Pest Control Division and Technical Field Trainer in Atlanta, and Baccus Exterminators in Monroe, Ga. Blasingame is an Associate Certified Entomologist, a member of Pi Chi Omega and the Entomological Society of America.

 

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