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Victory Pest Solutions Promotes Velez to Service Supervisor

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Sam Velez, who has been with Victory for three years, has been promoted to service supervisor.

| June 10, 2014


BOONTON, N.J. — Victory Pest Solutions announced the promotion of Samuel Velez to the role of service supervisor.

"Sam has been with the company for three years and has exemplified the type of team spirit, work ethic, and great customer care that have helped us to retain over 95% of our commercial clients from year to year," says Len Oppenberg, president of Victory Pest Solutions.

Oppenburg added, "Sam has distinguished himself as a leader, and he will be supervising a team of technicians in the field and their daily operations as well as performing internal audits to ensure the best quality we can give our clients. He is a good friend, husband to Judith and father, and we hope to have Sam with us for decades to come".

Founded in 2007, Victory Pest Solutions focuses on commercial clients and operates in both New York City and New Jersey.
 

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