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Inspect-All Wins Kudzu 'Best of 2012' Award

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The Conyers, Ga.-based company was recognized by Kudzu, a source of local business information and consumer reviews.

| February 27, 2013

CONYERS, Ga. — Inspect-All Services was named a Best of 2012 winner on Kudzu, a leading source of local business information and consumer reviews. Over 5 million businesses competed across 30 categories, and winners were awarded based on the highest number of votes received on Kudzu.com.

“We are proud to be among the most highly regarded and trusted companies on Kudzu.com. Winning this award only strengthens our commitment to our customers,” said co-owners of Inspect-All Services, Brian Lunsford and Brandon Lunsford, in a joint statement after being notified of this honor.

Fran Wills, general manager of Kudzu, said, “Consumers value companies who appreciate their business and provide superior service. We wanted to create an open forum where the best companies could be recognized by Kudzu users.”

 

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