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Residex and Turfgrass Inc. to Join Forces

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Residex, a structural pest supply distributor based in Roselle, N.J., and Turfgrass Inc., a distributor of turf and ornamental products and services based in Novi, Mich., announced plans to merge. The distributors reported that they have reached an agreement in principle and plan to conclude the merger by Dec. 1, 2010. The combined company will operate under both the “Turfgrass” and “Residex” names using all the same facilities, personnel and operations of each company.

| September 23, 2010

ROSELLE, N.J. and NOVI, Mich. – Residex, a structural pest supply distributor based in Roselle, N.J., and Turfgrass Inc., a distributor of turf and ornamental products and services based in Novi, Mich., announced plans to merge. The distributors reported that they have reached an agreement in principle and plan to conclude the merger by Dec. 1, 2010. The combined company will operate under both the “Turfgrass” and “Residex” names using all the same facilities, personnel and operations of each company.

In the combined company, Chris Donaghy will serve as CEO, and Todd Griebe will serve as president.

Click here to read the letter sent by Residex and Turfgrass.

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