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Food Protection Alliance Welcomes Versacor

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Versacor Managed Pest Solutions is the newest FPA member.

| April 23, 2014

LAPLACE, La. – Food Protection Alliance announced Versacor Managed Pest Solutions as its newest member.

According to FPA, Versacor's principles are in line with FPA's. Versacor is a Texas based company providing managed pest solutions for commercial and industrial businesses. They are founded on the principle that their clients deserve quality and value in their pest service, delivered by experts who share a passion of achieving unparalleled results.  They also understand the growing concern about the world’s food supply and the vigilant requirements that must be met – and are ready to deliver.

When asked about joining FPA, Versacor President, Jason Eicher, stated, “We see the FPA as a great organization with a significant potential to move our businesses forward.  We hope that our inclusion will strengthen the alliance by leveraging our capabilities with those of the other member companies.”

If you would like to learn more about Food Protection Alliance, contact National Executive Director, Kalah Schmitz at 877-372-3334, kschmitz@fpalliance.com, or www.fpalliance.com
 

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