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Brad Thorstenson Joins Last Leg of Phil Across America

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Thorstenson, owner of Interstate Pest Management in Portland, will accompany Phil Cooper into California.

| July 27, 2012

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. - Brad Thorstenson, owner of Interstate Pest Management will ride alongside Phil Cooper and other Bike the US for MS riders as they pedal through the final days of their trek.

Thorstenson joined the ride in support of his friend, Phil Cooper. "For me I'm excitied to join up with the riders as I have been following their journey since they started via Phil's Facebook page," Thorstenson said.

Phil Across America will conclude in San Francisco, Calif., on August 1. When finished, Cooper will have biked 3,780 miles over 60 days. Cooper started in Virginia on June 1. He is the President and CEO of Cooper Pest Solutions and BedBug Central.  

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