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BWI Joins Speckoz

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The Texarkana, Texas-based BWI becomes the latest distributor to join the Speckoz cooperative.

| March 18, 2013

ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Speckoz, a distributor cooperative in the U.S. pest control market, announced that BWI Companies became the newest member of Speckoz.
 
BWI has a proven record of support and leadership, as it has been a strong member of Prokoz, a sister company of Speckoz in the turf and ornamental industries, Speckoz said.
 
“I am proud to see our organization growing and getting stronger throughout the PCO markets,” said John Johnson, president, Speckoz. “I believe many in our industry would agree that BWI is a great addition to the Speckoz family of companies.”
 
Johnson added that BWI will strengthen the Speckoz footprint in the southern and central portions of the United States.
 
“BWI is excited and proud to become a member of Speckoz and together we bring value to the supply chain for our supplier partners as well as pest management companies,” said Jim Bunch, president and CEO, BWI. “We feel BWI & Speckoz working together will provide the same synergies that we have enjoyed working together as Prokoz and BWI.”
 
Learn more at speckoz.com and bwicompanies.com
 

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