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Envincio to Represent Sostram Products

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SipcamAdvan announced that Envincio will serve as the exclusive marketing agent for Bor-Ram, Bor-Ram WP, Mold-Ram and Odor Hunter from its Sostram portfolio.

| May 19, 2010

DURHAM, N.C. — SipcamAdvan announced that Envincio will serve as the exclusive marketing agent for Bor-Ram, Bor-Ram WP, Mold-Ram and Odor Hunter from its Sostram portfolio.  This alignment offers a professional and dedicated focus to better service the needs of the pest control community with this range of products.

“The Envincio relationship allows us to ensure these exciting products are fully supported with pest management professionals, providing a very high level of marketing expertise and technical back-up.” says Andy Lee, chief executive officer of SipcamAdvan.  “We appreciate Envincio’s passion for the pest control segment and feel confident that Envincio can deliver a positive experience for customers with the Sostram brands.” 

Randy Canady, founder and chief executive officer of Envincio says, “The Sostram products complement Envincio’s overall portfolio initiative very well.  We have confidence in the products and the company standing behind them and look forward to demonstrating the Envincio value to customers and SipcamAdvan.”

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