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Bulwark Relocates Las Vegas Branch Office

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Bulwark Exterminating has relocated its Las Vegas branch office to 3932 Octagon Road, North Las Vegas, NV 89030, including all branch personnel and operations.

| October 25, 2011

LAS VEGAS - Bulwark Exterminating has relocated its Las Vegas branch office to 3932 Octagon Road, North Las Vegas, NV 89030, including all branch personnel and operations.

Bulwark Exterminating has been providing residential pest control in Las Vegas for over 10 years and the relocation will provide long-term business security.

“We have more control over this property,” said Wayne Bryant, Las Vegas Branch Manager. “We will be able to customize the property to best fit our logistical and security needs.”

The property is larger than the previous location, allowing for on-site storage. It also includes a secure parking lot, which Bulwark believes will help prevent theft and vandalism. In recent years, trucks and property have been stolen or vandalized on numerous occasions.

Bulwark’s new, main branch office is joined by its existing satellite office near downtown, at 2129 Industrial Rd #203, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89102.

“We’re thankful we’ve been able to continually grow here in Las Vegas,” said Bryant. “Especially in this economy, we’ve gone from one office to two in the past 18 months. It’s really a testament to the quality service our technicians provide to our customers in the valley.”
 

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