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Massey Services Promotes Cynthia Collins to Southwest Regional Manager

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Collins will manage 11 service centers in Collier, Lake, Manatee, Polk and Sarasota counties.

| December 21, 2011

ORLANDO, Fla. — Massey Services announced the promotion of Cynthia Collins to Southwest Regional Manager. Collins joined Massey Services in 2006 as Oviedo General Manager.

"Cynthia's success is a direct result of her dedication to our company, our team members and our customers. Her consistent delivery of outstanding customer service and ability to expand her business made her an ideal choice," said Tony Massey, president and COO of Massey Services. "We look forward to great things from her in the future."

Prior to her tenure at Massey, Collins worked for both Terminix and Home Depot. In her new role, Collins will manage 11 service centers in Collier, Lake, Manatee, Polk and Sarasota counties.

In addition to her dedication to Massey Services customers, Collins is also active in the community. She is an avid supporter of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure in the fight against breast cancer and participates each year in the Massey Services fundraising efforts for Autism Speaks and Junior Achievement.

 

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