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Sprague Expands Denver Service Center

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EnviroPest by Sprague Pest Solutions has expanded and moved its Denver center. The company also announced the promotion of Lance Gray to the position of Service Center Manager of its Eugene, Ore., service center.

| August 22, 2013

TACOMA, Wash. – To meet the needs and demands of the growing residential and commercial markets, EnviroPest by Sprague Pest Solutions has expanded and moved its Denver, Colo., service center. The new service center is double in size (5,000 sq. ft.) of the previous location and will provide expanded technician training facilities, additional administrative offices, more space for service vehicles, and a higher-capacity warehouse.

“The move of our Denver service center to a larger facility is in direct response to the needs of our growing client base in the Colorado market,” says Alfie Treleven, CEO of Sprague Pest Solutions. “There is no shortage in the demand for innovative, results-oriented pest management services and this move positions us to meet those demands.”

The new service center is located at 3250 Quentin Street, Unit #122 in Aurora allowing for easy access to Sprague’s commercial and residential client base in the Denver metro area.

“The additional space allows us to expand our technician training facilities and strengthen our commitment to providing our employees with access to the latest technical and training information,” says Ross Treleven, Sprague’s Mountain District Manager. “The expanded space also gives us additional administrative and warehouse space as our Colorado operation continues to grow.”

PROMOTION OF GRAY. Sprague Pest Solutions also announced the promotion of Lance Gray to the position of Service Center Manager of its Eugene, Ore., service center.

Gray joined Sprague in 2009 as a service technician and worked his way up to Operations Manager for Eugene and the Southern Oregon coast market prior to his promotion.

“Lance Gray is one of those rare individuals with hands-on talent and a gift for leadership,” says Jeff Miller, general manager of Sprague Pest Solutions, the United States’ 32nd largest pest management service provider. “We are fortunate to have Lance leading our growing Eugene operation.”

Sprague, which currently operates service centers in Eugene and Portland, has been servicing commercial and residential customers in the Oregon market since the early 1990s. The company specializes in providing custom pest management solutions for a wide array of Oregon industries including agriculture, hospitality, food processing, food service, transportation and healthcare.

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