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Cascade Pest Control Announces Acquisition

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The company acquired Two Savages, a niche service provider providing rodent exclusion and crawlspace cleanout.

| May 10, 2011

REDMOND, Wash. —Two Savages, a niche service provider providing rodent exclusion and crawlspace cleanout services, has joined with Cascade Pest Control. Two Savages operated for five years out of Bothell, Wash., with customers from Pierce County to Skagit County.

“We are very excited about our continued growth in expertise around rodent control,” said Don Leland, general manager for Cascade. “(Two Savages Owner) Lindsay Savage has tremendous experience in rodent inspection as well as brings in key relationships that we’ll continue to support.”

Savage said, “Cascade Pest Control’s reputation in the area was an important factor in our decision. We had the ability to join other organizations, but the direction that Cascade is headed provided a strong future that allows all parties to continue to grow.”

For more information about Cascade Pest Control visit www.cascadepest.com.
 

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