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GreenTech Receives Local Small Business Award

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Green Tech Termite & Pest Control, Palm Harbor, was the recipient of the “2012 Small Business of the Year,” presented by the Greater Palm Harbor Chamber of Commerce.

Brad Harbison | November 2, 2012

Frank Nabozny

PALM HARBOR, Fla. — Green Tech Termite & Pest Control, Palm Harbor, was the recipient of the “2012 Small Business of the Year,” presented by the Greater Palm Harbor Chamber of Commerce. The company accepted the award at the 35th Year Coral Gala Annual Awards Banquet, on Oct. 5.

Green Tech Pest Control has been servicing the Tampa Bay area since 1980 and provides pest control treatments for residential, commercial and industrial accounts. They also specialize in subterranean termites and drywood termite treatments, as well as lawn and ornamental treatments.

Owner Frank Nabozny said the award “means so much to me and my employees.  We take pride in what we do and strive to keep our customers 100% satisfied so that they will tell their friends and family about us.”

For more information visit http://greentechpestcontrol.com.
 

 

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