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Bug Doctor Names Business Development Director

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Janet Kopic promoted to the position, company announces.

| September 14, 2012

PARAMUS, N.J. - Bug Doctor Termite & Pest Control promoted Janet Kopic to the position of business development director this month, the company announced.

Kopic will assist in the oversight and development of profitable new business and will develop and maintain effective agency relationships for all divisions of Bug Doctor, including Bird Doctor, Mosquito Doctor, Animal Doctor and Bedbug Doctor, the company said.

Kopic has seven years in customer service experience with AT&T Wireless and Verizon Wireless. She will contribute to the development of the company's vision and strategy through sales and marketing, Bug Doctor said.

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