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Cascade Pest Control Relaunches Web Site

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The new site includes a "LiveChat" feature, which provides customers with a quick, handy pest resource.

| March 29, 2010

BELLEVUE, Wash. —Cascade Pest Control announced the re-launch of its Web site, www.cascadepest.com.

“We are excited about the redesign of our website as we’ve focused on connecting with our customers and prospective customers.” said Don Leland, general manager of Cascade Pest.  “Folks can now quickly get in touch with us to ask a question about their pest problem through our new LiveChat feature.”

Leland adds, “We’ve also simplified site navigation, so customers can easily get to more in-depth information about pests.”

Other improvements on Cascade’s website include streamlined access to recent news and information; the ability to write reviews of Cascade’s service as well as link to their Twitter account.

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