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Critter Control Wins Franchisee Satisfaction Award

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The Traverse City, Mich. company was named a Franchise Business Review 2013 Franchisee Satisfaction award winner.

| March 18, 2013

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. - Critter Control announced it is a 2013 recipient of the Franchise Business Review (FBR) ranchisee Satisfaction Award. Franchise Business Review created the award to pay tribute to franchise companies that are putting franchisees first, the firm reports.

This year, Critter Control was ranked #35 in the Top 50 Franchises with 100-249 locations. More than 26,000 franchisees representing more than 350 franchise brands were included in this year's FBR survey. The 2013 winners represent a variety of franchise concepts and industrys, FBR said. 

"We're pleased to be a recipient of this prestigious industry award," said Kevin Clark, Critter Control's founder and CEO. "This top 50 award reinforces Critter Control's commitment to excellence and the fact that we have dedicated people who are passionate about what they do."

Learn more at crittercontrol.com

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