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Servicepro.net Announces Winners of Handheld Giveaway

Greg Long of Ace Pest Control, North Webster Ind.; David Boose of Pest Masters, Richmond Va.; and Diane Markowski, Homestead Pest Control, Jackson Tenn., were announced as winners.

| December 17, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Attendees of PestWorld 2009 who dropped off business cards at the Servicepro.net's booth were automatically entered to win a Pegasos industrial PDA with Bluetooth, made by DataLogic.

Servicepro.net announced that the winners were Greg Long of Ace Pest Control, North Webster Ind.; David Boose of Pest Masters, Richmond Va.; and Diane Markowski, Homestead Pest Control, Jackson Tenn.

Each of the winners will receive The Pegaso™ which combines Bluetooth connectivity, ruggedness and ergonomic design in a compact PDA that is the perfect solution for the pest control industry. Its Intel processor also provides computing power for applications required to streamline bait station tracking and reoccurring pest control services.

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