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Massey Services Named to Orlando Business Journal's 'Fast Track Five'

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The list honors the top 100 privately-held companies in Orange, Osceola, Lake and Seminole counties.

| September 22, 2011

ORLANDO, Fla. – Massey Services has been named one of the “Fast Track Five” on the Orlando Business Journal’s 27th Annual Golden 100 list. 

They ranked number 10 overall.  The list honors the top 100 privately-held companies in Orange, Osceola, Lake and Seminole counties. According to the publication, members of the “Fast Track Five” are recognized with this distinction because they have the shared traits of keen business acumen, leadership and the ability to grow their companies despite the difficulties of these economic times.

At a luncheon held at the Hilton Orlando on September 16, the Golden 100 awards were presented to companies and their CEOs for their business excellence and contributions to the community.

“Massey Services has continued to grow its business throughout the Southeastern United States,” said Harvey L. Massey, Chairman and CEO of Massey Services. “We have some of the most dedicated and talented people in the industry, and they are working harder and smarter to serve the needs of our growing customer base, ensuring that we meet our goal of total customer satisfaction.”

Massey Services was founded in 1985 by Harvey L. Massey and is currently the largest family-owned business in the pest management industry. Just recently, Massey Services was ranked fifth amongst Pest Control companies in the United States by Pest Control Technology magazine. The company currently operates in Florida, Georgia and Louisiana.

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