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Wayne's Environmental Services Turns 40

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The Hoover, Ala.-based company was founded in 1973, and it will celebrating with community-focused activities and events throughout 2013.

| July 10, 2013

HOOVER, Ala. — Wayne's Environmental Services is celebrating 40 years of service with community-focused activities and events throughout 2013.

"This significant milestone is only possible because our customers observe our 150 team members display integrity, courage and perseverance on a daily basis as we serve. And they tell their friends about us. These qualities, world class service, drive us toward becoming a company of character, and hopefully, toward our 50th anniversar,y” says Steven Splawn, president of Wayne's.

Wayne's is a privately owned company that provides pest prevention, termite control, lawn care, landscaping and home services throughout Alabama and Mississippi.


 

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