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Fort Myers-Based Tempco Acquires Brothers Pest Control

With the acquisition Tempco’s service area now includes Pinellas, Hillsborough, and Hernando counties.

| April 30, 2010

FORT MYERS, Fla. (April 28, 2010) – Fort Myers-based Tempco Pest Control announced its acquisition of Brothers Pest Control of Largo. Tempco’s expanded service area includes Pinellas, Hillsborough, and Hernando counties. 

 “We are pleased to have joined our companies as we share a commitment to quality service and environmentally-friendly practices,” said Michael P. Ryan, CPO, owner/operator of Tempco Pest Control. “We at Tempco welcome the opportunity to serve the pest control needs of residential and commercial clients throughout the Tampa Bay area.”       

Tempco Pest Control is a full-service pest control company that has been locally owned and owner-operated since its inception in 1991. Based in Fort Myers, Tempco serves residential and commercial clients throughout Lee, Collier, Charlotte, and Hendry counties. Tempco’s expansion into the Tampa Bay area follows its opening of a neighboring Polk county division earlier this year.

Tempco provides personal service and follows Integrated Pest Management (IPM) guidelines by using preventative methods and alternative, natural treatments to reduce chemical use while offering a full range of effective, affordable and environmentally-friendly pest management services. Florida licensed, certified, and insured, Tempco is a member of the Florida Pest Management Association, the Association of Certified Pest Control Operators and the National Pest Control Association.

For more information visit Tempco’s website at http://TempcoPestControl.com        

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