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Bug Doctor Adds Greve as Director of National Sales

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Tom Greve will manage the sales and business development for all of the divisions of Bug Doctor.

| August 22, 2012

Thomas Greve

PARAMUS, N.J. — Bug Doctor Termite & Pest Control announced the appointment of Thomas R. Greve as Director of National Sales. Tom will manage the sales and business development for all of the divisions of Bug Doctor including Bird Doctor Nationwide, Mosquito Doctor, Animal Doctor, and Bedbug Doctor.

Tom brings with him 35 years of experience in business development and sales team management. Tom has built business in several sectors including the March of Dimes, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and for the past five years as the Publisher of Credit Union Times, the top news publication for credit union executives.

Tom and his wife, Barbara, reside in Hillsdale, New Jersey and have two children, Christine and James.

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