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Therma-Stor Announces PestWorld ’09 Contest Winners

Thirteen winners received a Santa Fe Compact.

| January 4, 2010

Therma-Stor Products, maker of Santa Fe dehumidifiers, hosted an ongoing drawing during the PestWorld 2009 Trade Show, held in Las Vegas. The winners of the Santa Fe Compact were:

Chris Alford, Alford Termite & Pest Control, Nitro WV
Marc Anderson, Master’s Touch Pest Solutions, Downingtown PA
Steven Beck, Ace Extermination, Lisbon CT
Jo Lee, Lee Pest Solutions, Dunn NC
Roger Lewis, Lewis Cobb, Orlando FL
Kyle Lundy, Pest Ops, Knoxville TN
Jeff Millette, Millette Pest Control, Watertown CT
Richard Murphy, Aetna Pest Control, Toronto Ontario
Anwar Shah, Arab Termite & Pest Control, Indianapolis IN
Bert Snyder, Palmetto Exterminators, Charleston SC
Gary Tank, Buffalo Exterminating, Orchard Park NY
Craig Thomas, Craig Thomas Pest Control, Hyde Park NY
Stan Winborne, Postive Pest Control, Brookhaven MS

Kathie Mau, National Account Manager of Santa Fe Products noted, “The Santa Fe Compact is the first compact, high-efficiency dehumidifier designed to fit in tight, low-clearance applications. The Compact removes up to 65 pints per day, is EneErgy-Star® Rated, quiet and effective.”

Additionally, Santa Fe Products announced it will be exhibiting at the NPMA Eastern
Conference (Booth #23) in Atlantic City, N.J.,

For more information visit www.Santa-Fe-Products.com and www.thermastor.com.

 

 

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