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Venus Pest Company Recognized as a ‘Fast Growing Company’ in Brazos County, Texas

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The company was a 2010 Newman 10 Business Performance Award recipient. The Newman 10 Awards are presented to the top 10 fastest growing businesses in Brazos County, Texas by the Rotary Club of Bryan and Newman Printing Company.

| August 11, 2010

COLLEGE STATION, Texas -  Venus Pest Company of College Station, Texas was recently honored as a 2010 Newman 10 Business Performance Award recipient. The Newman 10 Awards are presented to the top 10 fastest growing businesses in Brazos County, Texas by the Rotary Club of Bryan and Newman Printing Company. With a growth rate of nearly 60% from 2007 to 2009, Venus Pest Company was the 10th fastest growing business in Brazos County. 

"I can remember being in the audience several years ago and wondering what it would take to win a Newman 10 award.  I am so proud of this company and how far we've come to win this award the last 2 out of 3 years," said Dr.Scott Lingren, president of Venus Pest Company. 

The mission of Venus Pest Company is to become known as a world class community-oriented company that relies on clean, courteous, dependable, and knowledgeable staff to provide families and businesses a fantastic pest control service experience.
 

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