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HomeTeam Earns 'Partners of Choice' Award

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The company earned an “A” rating for service in David Weekley Homes’ National Trading Partner Survey.

| July 30, 2013

DALLAS – Dallas-based HomeTeam Pest Defense received, for the third consecutive year, the “Partners of Choice” Award from prominent home builder, David Weekley Homes.  The company earned an “A” rating for service in David Weekley Homes’ National Trading Partner Survey.  HomeTeam is the only pest management company to ever receive this well-respected industry award and one of eight companies to earn an “A” rating this year. 

“The results of the Weekley partner survey are a great measuring tool for HomeTeam’s overall operations,” said Dirk Korte, vice president national accounts with HomeTeam.  “This award demonstrates the dedication and commitment of all HomeTeam employees.  It is an honor to be recognized for our products and services.”

The annual awards are based on David Weekley Homes’ comprehensive interactive evaluation platform, of which the National Trading Partner Survey is an important element.  Now in its tenth year, team members evaluate approximately 175 suppliers on quality and service to their organization.  Each year the notable “Partners of Choice” award becomes increasingly harder to attain.  According to Bill Justus, vice president of supply chain services for David Weekley Homes, “Through their actions HomeTeam has demonstrated to be best in class in delivering quality products and services to our team members.”
 

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