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Viking Announces Office of the Year Winner

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The Saddle Brook, N.J. team will be awarded the “Viking Battle Helmet of Triumph” for its phenomenal year.

| February 9, 2012

SADDLE BROOK, N.J. — Viking Termite & Pest Control announced that its Saddle Brook, N.J. office was its Office of the Year winner.

Branch manager Tony Yochum and the Saddle Brook team had a phenomenal year in many areas. Their growth was a very healthy 34.77% and they exceeded their aggressive Viking budget by more than 13%.  

The Saddle Brook team will be awarded the “Viking Battle Helmet of Triumph” (Viking’s version of the NHL Stanley Cup) to put on display in 2012 and every team member will receive a cash prize for this accomplishment at an upcoming dinner celebration for every branch employee and their guest. Saddle Brook’s sensational efforts helped Viking achieve the greatest one year revenue increase in company history, despite a poor economy.

 

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