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Massey Services Acquires American Pest Control Management

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Based in Southwest Florida, American Pest Control Management has been providing services to more than 7,000 homes and businesses in counties from Tampa to Naples.

| December 1, 2011

ORLANDO, Fla. — Massey Services announced its acquisition of American Pest Control Management. Based in Southwest Florida, American Pest Control Management has been providing services to more than 7,000 homes and businesses in counties from Tampa to Naples.

“American Pest Control Management has been a well-respected company in Florida for the last 20 years.  Their commitment to quality service is an excellent fit with our company,” said Tony Massey, President and COO of Massey Services. “We are pleased to welcome the entire team from American Pest Control Management to the Massey Services family.”

 

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