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Skyline Pest Solutions Announces Acquisition

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The company has acquired Beyond Exterminating of Social Circle, Ga.

| April 8, 2013

Skyline Pest Solutions has acquired Beyond Exterminating of Social Circle, Ga.

For 9 years, Jeremy Shearer privately owned and operated Beyond Exterminating. Shearer and his team of office staff and pest/termite specialists have joined the Skyline team. Shearer has been active in his community as well as in the real estate community and brings over 10 years of termite and pest control experience to Skyline.

Skyline will now operate its fourth location out of Covington. This acquisition allows for additional market share and growth in the Covington, Conyers, Social Circle and surrounding markets.  

Skyline Pest Solutions has four locations to serve the greater metro Atlanta area--Cumming, Marietta, McDonough and Covington. For more information about Skyline Pest visit www.skylinepest.com.

 

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