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Forshaw Announces Winners of Samsung Galaxy Tablet

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Nozzle Nolen Pest Control, West Palm Beach, Fla., was the winner in the February drawing for a Samsung Galaxy Tablet.

| April 13, 2011

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Forshaw announced Nozzle Nolen Pest Control, West Palm Beach, Fla., was the winner in the February drawing for a Samsung Galaxy Tablet.

When notified of being selected, Paul Sugrue, techincal director at Nozzle Nolen, said, “We have always valued our relationship with Forshaw. They have the products and support that the pest management industry relies on.”

Forshaw is giving away a tablet each month during 2011 to celebrate 50 Years of relationships in the pest management industry. The February drawing was sponsored by DuPont.

Territory managers at Forshaw utilize the Samsung Galaxy Tablet to access the most up-to-date industry and product information to better serve pest management professionals in their markets.
 

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