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Copesan Announces Five New West Coast Service Providers

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The new companies join current Copesan service providers in California in the transition of servicing Copesan's national clients following the disengagement from the Western Exterminator, announced in early May.

| July 6, 2012

MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. – Copesan Services announced the addition of five new West Coast service providers.

These five pest management companies join current Copesan service providers in California. The new companies are: Northwest Exterminating, based in Tucson, Ariz.; Pitbull Pest Control, based in Las Vegas; McCauley Brothers Termite & Pest Control, based in Pittsburg, Calif.; TMC Pest Control, in Bakersfield, Calif.; and Advanced Integrated Pest Management, based in Roseville, Calif.

“We are delighted to welcome these experienced, quality regional pest management providers to the Copesan family,” said Copesan President Deni Naumann. “One of the strengths of Copesan’s unique business model is our ability to smoothly integrate both new and current service providers to service the needs of our clients, ensuring that all our national accounts receive the best care at every location.”

The new companies join current Copesan service providers in California in the transition of servicing Copesan’s national clients following the disengagement from the Western Exterminator Company in Anaheim, Calif., announced in early May. 

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