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Pestmaster Services Relaunches Website

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The new site was designed to make it easier for customers to learn about Pestmaster’s service offerings.

| September 9, 2011

BISHOP, Calif. — Pestmaster Services announced the renovation and relaunching of its company website, www.pestmaster.com.

Pestmaster’s new state-of-the-art website was designed to make it easier for customers to learn about Pestmaster’s service offerings, including its green services. In addition, consumers will be better able to locate local Pestmaster franchisees in their area and many customers will have access to online bill pay.

“Already we’ve received great feedback on the look and feel of the site, and are pleased at the ease with which our customers can access the information they need and search out Pestmaster locations in their area,” said  Pestmaster’s Adrienne Chandler.

The look of the company’s new website is innovative and fresh, fitting considering Pestmaster Services continues to be an innovator after more than 30 years in the pest services industry. “We’re very excited about the relaunch of our website, and feel confident that it will bring a new level of user friendliness to our online marketing efforts.”

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