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Cooper Named 'Best Employer Overall in New Jersey 2013'

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The company was chosen as part of a recent competition on PhillyBurbs.com.

| April 3, 2013

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. — Cooper Pest Solutions, home of BedBug Central was selected by PhillyBurbs.com as the Best Employer Overall in New Jersey 2013. The other finalists provided stiff competition to Cooper; they included Educational Testing Services, Liberty Bell Bank, Lockheed Martin, New Jersey Manufacturer Insurance, PSE&G, Riverview Estates, Team Capital Bank, Virtua Health.

The honor continues to establish Cooper as a special place to work in the New Jersey and Philadelphia region.  Cooper was selected based on it consistent employee retention, comfortable workplace and a staff committed to providing a WOW experience to each other.

CEO, Philip Cooper was jubilant to receive this honor, “I am so proud of what our organization continues to accomplish. We have an extraordinary group of people at Cooper and BedBug Central.  We all work hard every day to build a unique environment conducive to a great work experience.  We work hard, play hard and I could not be happier for my team.”
 

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