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Faulkner Pest Service a ‘Best of Amarillo’ Choice

The Amarillo Globe-News announced that Faulkner Pest Service was chosen as “Best of Amarillo” in the Pest category, marking three straight years the company has taken this honor.

| April 6, 2010

Kelly and Ashley Byers; Sherrie and John Faulkner.

AMARILLO, Texas – The Amarillo Globe-News announced that Faulkner Pest Service was chosen as “Best of Amarillo” in the Pest category, marking three straight years the company has taken this honor.

Faulkner Pest Service is owned by John Faulkner and Kelly Byers. The two partnered in 2008 to help meet the expanding customer needs in the Amarillo and Panhandle areas.

Both Faulkner and Byers are the company’s Certified Applicators who will customize a plan for individual customers based on their needs.

For more information visit TexasBugKillers.com.

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