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Victory’s Oppenberg Recognized by New Jersey Purveyers Association

Len Oppenberg, president of Victory Pest Solutions, has been elected the "2009 Purveyor of the Year."

| January 26, 2010

PARSIPPANY, N.J. – Victory Pest Solutions of Morris Plains N.J., announced that Len Oppenberg, it's president, has been elected the "2009 Purveyor of the Year" by The New Jersey Purveyors Association.

N.J.P.A. is a partnership of companies working together in the food and beverage industry in New Jersey, and pledging outstanding products and services to its thousands of clients. The group was founded over twenty years ago, and there are more than 20 companies participating.

"Victory Pest Solutions has been a member of New Jersey Purveyors Association for almost three years, and to be named Purveyor of The Year is an enormous honor," Oppenberg said. "Partnering with so many well known and established companies in the NY/NJ area has given our fairly new pest control company valuable credibility."

Oppenberg founded Victory Pest Solutions in 2007, and he has been involved in the pest control industry since 2001. Victory Pest Solutions currently services most of New Jersey as well as New York City.

For more information about N.J.P.A. their web site is www.njpurveyors.com, and Victory Pest Solutions can be found at www.victoryoverpests.com

 

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