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Innovative Pest Management Recognized by Lake Norman Chamber

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The Denver, N.C.-based company led by Ronnie and Rhonda Caldwell was the runner-up 2013 Small Business of the Year, as selected by The Lake Norman Chamber.

| June 18, 2013

Pictured: The Staff of CURRENTS Magazine and Innovative Pest Control: Mathew Keep, John Wiese, Jeff Rodriguez, Rhonda Caldwell, Ronnie Caldwell, Sharon Simpson, Cindy Gleason, Lindsey Georgia, Wendy Suddreth, Trevor Burton, and Anthony Stobbe

DENVER, N.C. — Innovative Pest Management, Denver, N.C., was the runner-up 2013 Small Business of the Year, as selected by The Lake Norman Chamber.

On hand to receive the award at a special ceremony was Ronnie and Rhonda Caldwell, along with members of their staff.  Ronnie Caldwell thanked the Chamber and said, "We were raised in this community and we have enjoyed growing with it. If it wasn't for our wonderful staff we wouldn't be where we are today. We are family owned and operated since 1999 and our focus is still on innovation, personal relationships, honesty and respect for our customers and their homes and businesses. The Innovative Pest Management family takes pride in their work and providing quality solutions to our customers."

Innovative Pest Management finished as runner-up to CURRENTS magazine.


 

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