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A-Action Pest Control Earns Super Service Award

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The Illinois firm received the Angie's List award for 2012.

| April 22, 2013

ANTIOCH, Ill. - A-Action Pest Control has earned the 2012 Angie's List Super Service Award, the firm announced.

“It’s a select group of companies rated on Angie’s List that can claim the exemplary customer service record of being a Super Service Award winner,” said Angie’s List Founder Angie Hicks. “Our standards for the Super Service Award are quite high. The fact that A-Action Pest Control, Inc. earned this recognition speaks volumes about its dedication providing great service to its customers.”

Angie's List said the award reflects the company's consistently high level of customer service.

Learn more about the firm at a-actionpestcontrol.com

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