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Craig Thomas Pest Control wins Headliner Award

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The company was recognized as the most Sustainable Company in the Hudson Valley by The Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce.

| April 30, 2010

HYDE PARK, N.Y. — Craig Thomas Pest Control was recognized as the most Sustainable Company in the Hudson Valley by The Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce.

On April 21, The Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce recognized and honored the inaugural Headliner Awards.  Six local businesses were recognized and honored at the breakfast. Awards were given out in leadership, outside-of-the-box innovator, sustainability and customer service awards.

Craig Thomas Pest Control is committed to finding new and better ways to protect health and property from pests, while offering new services, and maintaining the same level of trust and satisfaction among customers. Craig Thomas, owner of Craig Thomas Pest Control, has had the ability to overcome the difficult times by offering auxiliary services from Gutter Protection, Home Repair, Nuisance Wildlife and T.A.P. Insulation. “Offering a wider array of services, allows us to better serve our customers needs and the opportunity to increase employment. I am proud of my staff and the thirty eight families I am able to provide for, said Craig Thomas.”

T.A.P. Insulation is the first product to add pest control performance with thermal benefits of stabilized cellulose insulation, while reducing high energy bills due to under-insulation. Craig Thomas’ Nuisance Wildlife Division protects against bats, beavers, moles, snakes, skunks and more. The newest division, Structural and Home Repair provides exclusion and replacement of pest damage along with other home improvement needs. 
 

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