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Bug Busters Acquires Pair of Companies

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The company announced the acquisition of Tibbitts Exterminating, Clarkdale, Ga., and Nicholson Pest Control, Signal Mountain, Tenn.

| February 4, 2013

Al Tibbitt, Neil Parker, Nancy Tibbitt and Court Parker

ACWORTH, Ga. — Bug Busters announced the acquisition of Tibbitts Exterminating, Clarkdale, Ga., and Nicholson Pest Control, Signal Mountain, Tenn.

Tibbitts has been a family-run business since 1973. Al, Nancy, and Lynn built the company, which services both residential and commercial clients in the Metro Atlanta market.  Lynn and the rest of the Tibbitts team will transition into the Bug Busters team, while Al and Nancy after 33 years in business will retire to enjoy time with family, friends, and a little fishing. 

Nicholson Pest Control will be merged into Bug Busters’ Chattanooga, Tenn. office where Branch Manager Billy Jackson will transition these new clients into the Bug Busters fold. 

Neil and Court Parker of Bug Busters are very excited with the additions of these two companies, strong team members, and valued clients.  Bug Busters currently services in Alabama, Georgia, and North and South Carolina, and Tennessee.
 

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