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Sponsored Podcast: DA Exterminating’s Success in Post-Katrina New Orleans

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DA President Jed D’Arensbourg shares some of the company’s successes, including its marine fumigation business, and also discusses the importance of 50 years in business.

| February 17, 2010

DA Exterminating, one of PCT’s 25 Companies to Watch, celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2009 and was one of the firms profiled in January PCT. The company, which recently celebrated its biggest growth year ever, has rebounded since its service area (New Orleans) and office were devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. In the following podcast , sponsored by Dow AgroSciences, DA President Jed D’Arensbourg shares some of the company’s successes, including its marine fumigation business, and also discusses the importance of 50 years in business.
 

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