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PestPac Thanksgiving Facebook Contest Launched

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This holiday season PestPac customers will have a chance to win $150 by sharing their PestPac experience on the brand’s Facebook Page.

| November 12, 2013

Marathon Data Systems, the makers of PestPac software, announced they will be giving away a $150 American Express gift card to their favorite entrant in the PestPac Thanksgiving Facebook contest. To enter, PestPac customers can post on the PestPac Facebook page or submit through pestpac.com/enter-to-win why they are thankful that they use PestPac to run their business.  The company will accept entries until a winner is chosen at 2 p.m. (EST) on Nov. 20. 

For more information on PestPac software or the contest, call 800/762-0301 or email sales@marathondata.com.
 

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