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Pestmaster Franchise Lands West Point Contract

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The Kingston, N.Y. Pestmasters was awarded with pest control contract for the United States Military Academy.

| April 16, 2012

KINGSTON, NY – Paul Alley, President of Pestmaster Services in Kingston, N.Y., announced that Pestmaster Services has been awarded with the pest control contract for the United States Military Academy. Pestmaster Services has been servicing the USMA since 2001, and is proud to continue serving our men and women of uniform by continuing to perform all the pest control for West Point.

Paul Alley said, “This is a great honor, and goes to show the quality and caliber of work that Pestmaster Services is capable of performing. To be chosen time and time again since 2001 by this nation’s most prestigious military college says a lot.”

 

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