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Victory Pest Solutions acquires CRW Termite & Pest Control.

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The acquisition is aimed at strenghtening the residential division of Victory, which is based in Morris Lakes, N.J.

| August 16, 2010

MORRIS PLAINS, N.J.  - Victory Pest Solutions has acquired CRW Termite  & Pest Control of Budd Lake N.J., in efforts to continue to grow the residential division of their company.

“We service mostly hotels, country clubs, retail, restaurants, and health care centers, so we felt that having CRW on our team would be a great asset to our residential program,” says Len Oppenberg, President of Victory Pest Solutions.

Both companies service most of northern New Jersey and Victory also works in New York City. You can find them online at victoryoverpests.com and victoryoverbedbugs.com.

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