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Turner Pest Control Awarded 2010 Super-Sub of the Year

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The company was awarded the 2010 Super-Sub of the Year Award by the Florida First Coast Chapter of the Associated Builders & Contractor, Inc at the 2010 Excellence in Construction Awards.

| September 7, 2010

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -  Turner Pest Control, Jacksonville Fla., was awarded the 2010 Super-Sub of the Year Award by the Florida First Coast Chapter of the Associated Builders & Contractor, Inc at the 2010 Excellence in Construction Awards.

The award is presented each year to the subcontractor that exemplifies quality service on the most award winning projects for the year. Ward Schuller, Turner’s Vice President of Operations, was on hand at the ceremony to accept the award.

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