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HomeTeam Acquires Advanced Pest Control

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Advanced Pest Control is located in San Antonio, Texas.

| May 20, 2011

DALLAS, — HomeTeam Pest Defense announced today it has acquired Advanced Pest Control based in San Antonio, Texas.  Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.                           

“Advanced Pest Control possesses a solid, long-term customer base and employees with a keen sense of how to serve their customers,” said Jerry Gahlhoff, president of HomeTeam Pest Defense.  “They fit perfectly into our model of offering superior customer service, delivered by exceptional employees.”

Gahlhoff added, “This acquisition will allow us to improve our geographic coverage and market penetration in the San Antonio market.   We are pleased to welcome Advanced Pest Control customers and employees to HomeTeam, and pledge to enhance their experience with our services and provide our new employees with the opportunity to develop and grow.”

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