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Viking Hires Kolbe as Director of Technical Training Services

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Bill Kolbe, a 35-plus year industry veteran, will lead the company's technical department.

| February 1, 2013

BOUND BROOK, N.J. — Viking Termite and Pest Control announced the addition of industry veteran William Kolbe as director of Technical Training Services.

“Bill has 35-plus years of extensive industry experience from the field to the lab. Bill will head up Viking’s Technical Department and will officially join the team in March, 2013,” said Ryan Bradbury, president of Viking.

Craig Sansig has been named Viking’s Technical Field Services Manager. He has been with Viking for more than 11 years.

“Both Craig and Bill are very excited to continue Viking’s commitment to growth and quality by strengthening the training experience for all of our team members,” said Jeff Graisser, vice president of operations.

For more information on Viking visit www.vikingpest.com.

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