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A-Active's Jeff Johnson Earns A.C.E. Credentials

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Johnson, vice president of operations, A-Active Termite & Pest Control, passed the Associated Certified Entomologist (A.C.E.) exam on Saturday July 24.

| July 28, 2010

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Jeff Johnson, vice president of operations, A-Active Termite & Pest Control, passed the Associated Certified Entomologist (A.C.E.) exam on Saturday July 24. 

The Entomological Society of America established this designation for individuals wanting to enhance their education in the pest management field. 

“Achieving the ACE designation has been a goal of mine for several years. It was a great challenge and I learned a great deal through my preparation for the exam ,” Johnson said.

Kevin Kordek, president and CEO of A-Active said,  “Jeff has always been very technical, and thanks to the ACE credentialing program he will receive the recognition he deserves.”

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