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CSI Hires Bradley as Technical Service Manager

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Jay Bradley comes to the company with 26 years experience in the pest control industry.

| August 17, 2012

PASADENA, Texas - Control Solutions Inc. (CSI) has hired Jay Bradley as its new technical service manager for its pest control division, the company announced. 

Bradley studied entomology at Iowa State University before starting his career as a pest control technician at Arab Pest Control in Tampa, Fla. After various positions with Arab, Bradley become technical services and development specialist for Whitmire Micro-Gen. In 2009, Whitmire Micro-Gen was acquired by BASF, and Bradley took on a new role as senior sales specialist for the PCO group.

Bradley comes to CSI with 26 years of experience, and will be providing CSI's customers and sales team with technical service and product information to help propel the company as a leader in professional pest control markets, CSI said.

For more information about CSI visit  ControlSolutionsInc.com.

 

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