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PermaTreat Rings the Salvation Army Bell in Fredericksburg

PermaTreat CEO Joe Wilson (right) and James Minor, Fredericksburg branch service manager, were among those who volunteered their time.

| December 9, 2009

FREDERICKSBURG, Va. — PermaTreat Pest Control got in the holiday spirit by serving as bell ringers for the Salvation Army in downtown Fredericksburg, Va., yesterday.

PermaTreat CEO Joe Wilson and James Minor, Fredericksburg branch service manager, were among those who volunteered their time.

Donations provide Christmas dinners, clothing, and toys for families in need.

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