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Copesan Announces New Director

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Andrew Klein, President of Assured Environments, appointed to Copesan board.

| September 25, 2012

Pictured: Andrew Klein.

MENOMONEE FALLS, Wisc. - Copesan announced that Andrew Klein, president, Assured Environments, New York, N.Y., was appointed to its board of directors, effective immediately.

"We're excited to have Andrew as our newest board member," said Alfie Treleven, chairman of the Copesan board of directors and president, Sprague Pest Solutions, Tacoma, Wash. "His leadership has grown Assured into a dynamic, forward-thinking pest management provider in the New York City area and we know that his vision and enthusiasm will make a great addition to our board."

Assured Environments joined Copesan as a local service provider in 2004 and became a Copesan shareholder in 2006.

Klein is a graduate of Dartmouth College and has served as president of Assured Environments since 1994, succeeding his father, Robert Klein. Copesan said Klein has been very involved in the pest management industry including serving as the current chairperson for the National Pest Management Association's Bed Bug Task Force, as well as working with local organizations.

"We're really fortunate to have someone like Andrew on the board," said Deni Naumann, president of Copesan. "He's a strong supporter of Copesan and joining the Board demonstrates his dedication to providin gour national clients wiht exceptional service."

Learn more about Assured Environments at AssuredEnvironments.com and Copesan at Copesan.com.

Correction: In the original story posted by PCT, we incorrectly identified Klein as president of the board. He should have been identified as a board member. PCT regrets this error.

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