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Copesan Announces New Service Providers

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Arizona Exterminating Co., Patton Termite & Pest Control and World Pest Control have been added as new service providers to the national Copesan network.

| September 10, 2012

MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. – Copesan Services welcomed the following new service providers to the national Copesan network:

Arizona Exterminating Company – A Phoenix, Ariz.-based pest management provider.

Patton Termite & Pest Control – Company services a broad base of residential and commercial clients in Wichita, Kan., and surrounding areas.

World Pest Control – Founded in 1960 and based in Plainville, Kan., World Pest Control offers a full range of pest management services.

These three pest management companies join an excellent group of current Copesan service providers in the transition of Copesan’s national clients previously serviced by Schendel Pest Services, Topeka, KS. Copesan disengaged from Schendel in August after its acquisition by ServiceMaster (Terminix).

Copesan service providers also servicing national clients in this geography include: McCauley Services, Benton, Ark.; McCloud Services, Hoffman Estates, Ill; Hi-Plains Pest Control, Liberal, Kan.; Northwest Exterminating, Tucson, Ariz.; ABC Home and Commercial Services, Dallas, Texas; and Rottler Pest and Lawn Solutions, St. Louis, Mo..

“It’s exciting to see the continued growth of our Copesan service providers in the central and southwestern United States. The client focus and dedication to quality service of these regional pest management companies fits perfectly into the Copesan business model, ensuring a smooth transition of excellent service and support for our national clients,” said Deni Naumann, President of Copesan. 

With the full support, cooperation and assistance of Schendel Pest Services, the Copesan team will complete the transition of its national clients to these new service providers by the end of October 2012.

 

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