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Massey’s Rose Elected a GPCA Region Director

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Wayne Rose, general manager of Massey Services’ Marietta, Ga. office, has been elected to serve as the Region 4 director for the Georgia Pest Control Association.

| August 9, 2012

MARIETTA, Ga. —Massey Services announced that Marietta-based general manager, Wayne Rose, has been elected to serve as the Region 4 director for the Georgia Pest Control Association (GPCA).

In this role, Rose will act as a liaison between the Association and the independent pest control companies in his region.  Part of his duties will include facilitating a variety of educational programs that will allow pest control professionals in Ga.’s Region 4 to earn continuing education credits. Rose will also keep his pest control colleagues abreast of changes and updates in the industry and government regulations.

“We are pleased Wayne has been elected as a Region Director for the Georgia Pest Control Association,” said Tony Massey, President and COO of Massey Services. “Massey strongly believes in being a contributing member in our communities and in our industry.  We believe Wayne will do an excellent job in this new role.”

Rose began his career with Massey Services in Fla. in 1999 as a Sales Inspector in the southeast Orlando service center.  Throughout his career at Massey, Rose has worked as a Service Manager, Sales Manager and General Manager in several different service centers in the state of Fla.  In 2009, Rose became the General Manager in the Marietta, Ga. service center, which is when his involvement began with the GPCA.
 

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