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TAP Team Announces Sales Staff Additions

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The company has added new sales reps in key markets to support business development programs. New sales reps include Stewart Evers, Tom Nay and Ray Meyers.

| June 30, 2010

Pest Control Insulation Systems announces the addition of three new sales reps in key markets to support business development programs. Joining the team are Stewart Evers of Nashville, Tenn., covering Tennessee and Kentucky. Tom Nay, of Loganville, Ga., will handle customer needs in Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Alabama. Finally, Ray Meyers of Lake Mary, Fla., will expand the company’s presence in that state. Texas and California, as well as the northeast, are also slated to be adding sales reps in the near future.

Bill Turk, president of Pest Control Insulation Systems, said, “These gentlemen’s experience in the field, along with their reputations and networking skills, mean the TAP programs will be introduced and supported among more profit oriented PMPs. We are pleased to expand our support of the industry by the addition of these professionals to our staff.”

Pest Control Insulation Systems serves only the pest control industry, and markets insulation removal systems, the unique TAP Pest Control Insulation product, ComfortTherm underfloor insulation, and a wide range of equipment and supplies developed to support these lines.

Further information is available at www.TAPinsulation.com or by calling PCIS at 1-866-BUG-PCIS (284-7247).
 

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