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Christianson Joins Terminix As Commercial Division Sales Manager

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Ken Christianson is a 25-year commercial pest control industry veteran.

| August 12, 2013

OMAHA, Neb. – Terminix announced that Ken Christianson has been named Commercial Division Sales Manager.

Over the next few months, Christianson will be visiting Terminix commercial branches nationwide, learning more about the company in an effort to ultimately increase average sales per month for commercial associates, meet or exceed sales goals, and improve commercial retention.

Christianson is a 25-year commercial pest control industry veteran. He spent the majority of those years at Presto-X-Company, where he rose from branch manager to the positions of director of Strategic Account and Vice President of Sales and Marketing. For the past three years, Christianson has led the sales team at Plunkett’s Pest Control, one of the nation’s largest independent providers, well-respected throughout the industry for its comprehensive sales training programs and commercial service protocols.

In his new role, Christianson will report to Steve Good, vice president of Sales, for Terminix.

“With Ken’s vast sales and service experience, I am confident he will be a strong addition to our sales leadership team,” Good said.

Christianson and his wife live in Omaha, Neb., with their three children.
 

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