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Braman Termite and Pest Elimination Wins Super Service Award

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The Agawam, Mass.-based company earns the Angie's List service award.

| February 15, 2013

AGAWAM, Mass. - Braman Termite and Pest Elimination has earned a 2012 Angie’s List Super Service Award. 
 
“We’re delighted to receive the Super Service Award by Angie’s List,” said Jerry Lazarus, third-generation owner of Braman. “Providing exceptional service has been critical to our success. Braman has been my family’s business since 1890. We’ve worked hard to serve the community and are very happy to have again earned this recognition.”  
 
According to Angie’s List founder Angie Hicks, only a select group of companies are presented with the annual award. “Our standards for the Super Service Award are quite high. To win, a company must have met our strict eligibility requirements, including having earned a minimum number of reports and an excellent rating from their customers,” Hicks said. “The fact that Braman earned this recognition speaks volumes about its dedication to providing great service to its customers.”
 
 
 

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