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Gregory Pest Solutions Hires Food Production Director

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Mark Van Ostenbridge comes to the company with over 36 years of industry experience.

| July 20, 2012

GREENVILLE, S.C. - Gregory Pest Solutions has hired Mark Van Ostenbridge as food production director, the company announced.

Van Ostenbridge comes to the company with over 36 years of food safety experience in both the regulatory and food industry sectors, the company said.

“With the food industry constantly changing in regards to the Food Safety Modernization Act, client expectations, and government regulation, we feel very fortunate to have Mark’s experience and knowledge,” said Ben Walker, president of Gregory Pest Solutions. “He will be a strong resource for both our company and our clients.”

Gregory Pest Solutions has locations in several states. For more information visit GregoryPestControl.com. 

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