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Gannon Pest Control Earns 2012 Angie's List Super Service Award

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Syracuse, N.Y.-based firm wins the award for the second year in a row.

| December 18, 2012

SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Gannon Pest Control has earned the 2012 Angie's List Super Service Award, an honor given annually to approximately 5 percent of all companies rated on Angie's List.

"We are very thankful to be the recipient of this award for the second year in a row," said Jennifer Savastino, vice president, Gannon. "Our team strives to build long-lasting relationships with our customers as well as the Central New York community."

Angie Hicks, founder of Angie's List, said the standards for its Super Service award are high. "The fact that Gannon Pest Control earned this recognition speaks volumes about its dedication to providing great service to its customers," she added.

Angie’s List Super Service Award 2012 winners have met strict eligibility requirements, including earning a minimum number of reports, an excellent rating from their customers and abiding by Angie’s List operational guidelines, Angie's List reports. 

 

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