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Symbiot Announces Purchasing Program with Pest Control Supplies

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Under the new partnership Symbiot members receive a special national account price on an array of products.

| May 6, 2010

SALT LAKE CITY – Symbiot, a provider of bundled property services, announced that it has formed a new purchasing program with Pest Control Supplies.

The program offers Symbiot members a special national account price on an array of insecticides, traps and spray equipment. Pest Control Supplies, based in Riverside, Mo., ships to all 50 states and can process orders via phone, email or Internet.

“As Symbiot continues to become a major player in the commercial pest control industry, it is important that we have a partner that can distribute to the whole country,” said Blake Stillman, Symbiot Supply Chain Services Manager. “Pest Control Supplies has that capability, and combined with the pricing they have established for our group, this will be a terrific program.”

Last October, Symbiot added a program with Quality Equipment & Spray to provide Symbiot members a source for discounted and customized spray rigs.

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