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Sprague Names AJ Treleven Salt Lake City Service Manager

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Treleven has been with Sprague Pest Solutions full-time since 2012.

| November 19, 2013

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Sprague Pest Solutions announces the promotion of AJ Treleven to the position of Service Center Manager of its Salt Lake City, Utah service center.

Treleven started his career with Sprague as a service technician during college and after two years in the insurance industry following graduation joined Sprague full-time in 2012. The Gonzaga University graduate worked as a national account representative handling Sprague’s regional sales efforts, as well as national sales in conjunction with Copesan Services.

Working out of Sprague’s Seattle service center, Treleven was an integral part of the company’s “Ratpocalypse” sales efforts to assist commercial customers in downtown Seattle’s Highway 99 tunnel project “dig zone” that were impacted by increased rodent and pest activity as a result of the massive construction.

“AJ Treleven is someone whose talent burns so bright you can almost see him glow,” says Jeff Miller, general manager of Sprague Pest Solutions, the United States’ 32nd largest pest management service provider. “I feel very good about Sprague’s future as a family-owned business with such a strong fourth generation coming up through the ranks.”

Sprague has been servicing commercial customers in the Utah market since 2001. The company specializes in providing custom pest management solutions for a wide array of Utah industries including hospitality, food processing, restaurants, transportation and healthcare.

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