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FarmerGuard Pest Control celebrated the opening of its new branch location in the Historic District of Old Town Helena, Ala., on Feb. 1.

| February 6, 2013

HELENA, Ala. — FarmerGuard Pest Control celebrated the opening of its new branch location in the Historic District of Old Town Helena, Ala., on Friday Feb. 1.

Owner Alan Farmer said the new location will help the company continue to build their customer base and serve the residents of Shelby and Jefferson counties. “Our customers are primarily located in the Helena, Alabaster, Pelham, and Hoover areas. This office will give us the ability to improve our service to those areas.” said Farmer.

Also on hand for the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony were Helena Mayor Mark Hall, Helena City Council Members Cris Nelson, Hal Woodman, Leigh Hulsley, and Leslie Bartlett, Helena Business Association Board Members Bob Van Loan and Henry Neff. Pastor Lyle Holland of The Church at Cahaba Bend was present to offer his blessings on the new location.

 

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