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Cascade Pest Control Acquires Executive Pest Control

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Kurt Treftz, president of Cascade Pest Control, announced the acquisition of Executive Pest Control. Both companies are based out of Bellevue, Wash.

| February 22, 2010

BELLEVUE, Wash. — Kurt Treftz, president of Cascade Pest Control, announced the acquisition of Executive Pest Control. Both companies are based out of Bellevue, Wash.

Executive Pest Control was co-founded by Alex Boddie and Steven Wheeler. “The reputation and quality of service provided by Cascade Control was an important factor in our decision,” Wheeler said. “In addition to being able to continue to provide service to my customers, I know they will continue to receive a high quality service, now through Cascade Pest Control.”

Treftz added, “We welcome the opportunity to extend our high quality services to our newest group of customers, and are thrilled to be expanding our customer base throughout King and Snohomish counties.”

Cascade Pest Control is a leading green PCO celebrating 30 years of serving King and Snohomish counties. For more information visit www.cascadepest.com.

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