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Copesan Transitions National Accounts to New England Partners; Announces New Board Member Nominees

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Copesan Services announced that its national accounts in New England have been transferred to its Partner companies in the region. The transition was in response to the dissolution of its business relationship with Waltham Services which was acquired by Rollins Inc.

| September 1, 2010

\MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. - Copesan Services announced that its national accounts in New England have been transferred to its Partner companies in the region. The transition was in response to the dissolution of its business relationship with Waltham Services which was acquired by Rollins Inc.

According to a company press release, Copesan has always ensured that its clients receive the highest quality pest management services from its Partner network.  Due to Copesan’s ongoing Partner expansion strategy to ensure backup coverage in all areas, clients in New England are now benefiting from the broad coverage and professionalism of Copesan Partners including:

• Bliss Pest Protection Services, Greenwich, CT
• Braman Chemical Enterprise, Agawam, MA
• JP McHale Pest Management, Buchanan, NY
• JP Pest Services, Milford, NH
• Modern Pest Services, Brunswick, ME
• Pugliese Pest Solutions, Utica, NY

“Our overlapping service capability gives us the unique ability to transfer our accounts to other high quality service providers ready to take on new business,” said Deni Naumann, president of Copesan.

“The leadership teams from Copesan, its Partners, Waltham and Rollins, have all worked closely together on the transition of business and have kept their primary focus on maintaining uninterrupted, quality service at every client location.  I commend every individual from the field teams throughout these entire organizations who has been professional and passionate about addressing our clients’ needs,” added Naumann.

Consistency of service is key for national clients, and Copesan’s clients also benefit from the local expertise of its New England Partners. “We’re proud of the progress made in these few short weeks and look forward to continuing our client relationships with uncompromising service quality,” said Naumann.

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In other news, Copesan Services announced the nomination of three new members to the Copesan Board of Directors.

• Ryan Bradbury, Vice President, Viking Termite & Pest Control, Bridgewater, NJ
• J. Bryan Cooksey III, President/CEO, McCall Service, Jacksonville, FL
• Deni Naumann, President, Copesan Services, Inc., Menomonee Falls, WI

“The leadership and unique experience each new director brings to the table will contribute to the development of our strategic growth plan and support Copesan in providing exceptional, consistent pest management solutions for our clients,” said Alfie Treleven, Chairman of the Board.

The Copesan Board of Directors reflects the broad coverage and local expertise of our Partner network, contributing to the development of comprehensive, consistent pest management programs nationwide.

 

 

 

 

 

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