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M.A.D. Exterminators Wins Local ‘Best of’ Award

The Norristown, Pa.-based company was recognized by the Times Herald Newspaper as part of the newspaper’s “Best of Montco 2009” program.

PCT Magazine | December 1, 2009

NORRISTOWN, Pa. — M.A.D. Exterminators, based in Norristown, Pa., was recognized by the Times Herald Newspaper as part of the newspaper’s “Best of Montco 2009” program. M.A.D. Exterminators was named “Best Pest Control Company in the Montgomery County.”

This award is voted on by the readers, which made it all the more special, according to Mark DeCinque, president and owner of M.A.D. Exterminators.

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