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Skyline Pest Solutions Acquires CRC Services Termite & Pest Control

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CRC Services was a privately-held family business founded by Connie R. Couch. The company served metro Atlanta and North Georgia for over 30 years

| February 8, 2011

MARIETTA, Ga. — Skyline Pest Solutions & Home Inspections announces the acquisition of CRC Services Termite & Pest Control. 

CRC Services Termite and Pest Control had been serving metro Atlanta and North Georgia for over 30 years. CRC Services was a privately-held family business founded by Connie R. Couch. CRC Services provided a full range of termite and pest control products and services designed to meet the specific needs of its customers.

Skyline Pest Solutions announced that the entire team from CRC remains on staff as Skyline team members.  CRC’s office in Marietta will now become the third full-service market center for Skyline.  Couch will remain available for all of the customers and Realtors.

For more about Skyline Pest Solutions visit www.skylinepest.com.
 

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