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Massey Services Opens Service Center in The Villages

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The new Service Center will employ approximately 35 team members.

Company news | October 30, 2009

ORLANDO, Fla. – Massey Services announced the opening of a second Service Center in The Villages, Fla. The new Service Center will be located at 4083 East County Road 462 in Wildwood and will employ approximately 35 team members.

“We are very pleased to open a second Service Center in The Villages area,” said Tony Massey, President and Chief Operating Officer of Massey Services. “Our goal is to provide the best customer service possible and an additional Service Center enables us to better serve our customers and the community as a whole.”

Massey Services opened its first Service Center in The Villages-Lady Lake region in 1998. The company currently services over 60 percent of The Villages’ residents.

Both Service Centers will provide residential and commercial pest prevention, termite protection as well as GreenUP landscape and irrigation services.
 

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