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Dodson Pest Control Celebrates 65 Years

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Members of Dodson's Pathfinder's Club celebrated this milestone in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

| November 24, 2009

LYNCHBURG, Va. — In 2009, Dodson Pest Control celebrated its 65th Anniversary! Members of Dodson's Pathfinder's Club celebrated this milestone in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The Pathfinder's Club is a group that consists of service technicians, service supervisors and sales inspectors who have distinguished themselves with outstanding job performances and made extraordinary contributions to the success of their District Offices and the Company.

Qualifying for Pathfinder's Club status by meeting goals throughout the year, employees had the opportunity to enjoy a company-paid October weekend in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Leading the Pathfinder's Club were President and CEO Bert Dodson, Jr., Executive Vice-President Pete Smith and Regional Managers Mike Angove , Wendell Alexander, Jim Vaughan and Denny Gatrell.

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