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ProBest Pest Management to Celebrate 30 Years in Business

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Originally founded by Donna and Jerry Probst and purchased in 2005 by Keith V. Birkemeyer, the company is focused on termite and pest management solutions and is QualityPro certified with QualityPro schools, QualityPro Food Protection and Green Pro.

| August 24, 2010

GILBERT, Ariz. - ProBest Pest Management (formerly ProBest Exterminating)  will officially celebrate its 30th anniversary in January 2011.

Originally founded by Donna and Jerry Probst and purchased in 2005 by Keith V. Birkemeyer, the company is focused on termite and pest management solutions and is QualityPro certified with QualityPro schools, QualityPro Food Protection and Green Pro.

ProBest Pest Management also is a member of the National Pest Management Association, Arizona Professional Pest Association, Professional Pest Management Alliance and National Wildlife Control Operators of America.

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