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Rollins Profit Grows to $25.5 Million

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Rollins Inc. announced that it generated a 12.2 percent rise in profitability in the third quarter, reaching company records for quarterly net income and revenue.

| October 29, 2010

Rollins Inc. announced that it generated a 12.2 percent rise in profitability in the third quarter, reaching company records for quarterly net income and revenue.

Atlanta-based Rollins  had net income of $25.5 million and earnings of 26 cents a share, compared with net income of $22.7 million and earnings of 23 cents a share for the same period in 2009.

Third-quarter revenue was up 6.4 percent to $305.1 million.

Click here for Rollins Inc.’s third-quarter earnings summary.

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