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Rick Rupkey II Joins Enviro Safe

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Las Vegas-based Enviro Safe Pest Control announces the addition of 20-year industry veteran Rick Rupkey II as service manager.

| February 21, 2012

Rick Rupkey II

LAS VEGAS — Las Vegas-based Enviro Safe Pest Control announces the addition of 20-year industry veteran Rick Rupkey II as service manager.

Rupkey  will manage and guide the company’s service personnel and teach them to achieve higher levels of results and customer satisfaction.

“We feel incredibly fortunate to have someone of the caliber of Rick Rupkey II join our team,” said Kurt Trombetti, president of Enviro Safe Pest Control. “We believe his expertise as a service professional will help us continue the steady growth we’ve experienced in the past few years. It’s time for us to raise our game even further, and we believe Rick will be an important piece in making that happen.”

Rupkey added, “I’m extremely pleased to join such a dynamic team as the one at Enviro Safe. I’ve been watching what Kurt has done with the company for a few years, and when this opportunity to join him opened up, I knew it would be a great opportunity for me and my family.”

 

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