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Viking Pest Control Acquires Accent Pest Services

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Accent was owned by Todd Conine and based in Southampton, N.J.

| April 16, 2014

WARREN, N.J. — Ryan Bradbury, President of Viking Termite and Pest Control, headquartered out of Warren, N.J., announced the acquisition of the accounts of Accent Pest Services

“We are very excited to continue to develop our rapidly growing footprint in the Southern New Jersey/ Philadelphia marketplace,” Bradbury said.  “The customers in this acquisition will blend well with our current business model and we look forward to continuing to provide the clients outstanding customer service.”

Todd Conine, the selling owner of Accent said, “When I evaluated all of my options on who to sell my business to, Viking was an easy choice. Ryan was very patient and generous with me. I also feel most confident that my customers, many of whom are personal friends, will be best taken care of by Viking due to their expertise and stellar reputation.”

Viking’s Dan Bradbury added, “We at Viking, in 2014, foresee a great year of growth organically.  However, when the opportunity to attain a well-run organization via procurement presents itself, we are ready to move on that as well.  Our plan is to continue to grow by our own internal efforts and acquisition when the fit is right.”

 

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