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Massey Services Honored with SMART Award

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The company was recognized by Association for Corporate Growth-Orlando in the Services category for operating excellence among middle market, second-stage growth companies with headquarters in Central Florida.

| May 30, 2012

Harvey L. Massey, chairman and CEO of Massey Services, accepts the ACG-Orlando SMART Award.

ORLANDO, Fla. — Massey Services was recently recognized by the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG)-Orlando with the 2012 SMART Award in the Services category.

Each year, ACG-Orlando recognizes companies whose accomplishments set the standard for operating excellence among middle market, second-stage growth companies with headquarters in Central Florida. Winners are selected by a group of independent judges who review quantitative factors such as demonstrated growth in revenue, profitability and employees, and subjective factors such as quality of corporate culture, entrepreneurial achievements, product development milestones and demonstrated community involvement.

“Massey Services is honored to be recognized by ACG-Orlando with the SMART award,” said Harvey L. Massey, chairman and CEO of Massey Services.

“However, this recognition would not be possible without the collective performance of our team members. I truly believe regardless of what business you are in, you are only as good as your people and I’m proud of our team and their dedication to outstanding customer service.”

Massey Services was founded in 1985 by Harvey L. Massey and is currently the largest family-owned business in the pest management industry. In 2011, Massey Services was ranked fifth amongst Pest Control companies in the United States by Pest Control Technology magazine as well as ninth largest landscape contractor in the United States by Landscape Management. The company currently operates in Florida, Georgia and Louisiana.

The SMART Awards demonstrate ACG Orlando's continuing commitment to facilitate relationships among middle-market companies, capital sources and professionals active in corporate finance. In order to be considered, companies must also represent middle-market corporate growth companies with revenue in the $10 million to $1 billion dollar range.

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