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Lady-Bug Services Wins 'Best of Amarillo' Award

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Amarillo, Texas-based firm wins the local newspaper-sponsored award in the pest control category.

| January 3, 2013

AMARILLO, Texas - Lady-Bug Services has won the Amarillo Globe News' "Best of Amarillo" award in the pest control category, the company announced. 

"We are very thankful and proud to be honored for the second year in a row," said Brad Turner, owner of Lady-Bug. "The employees deserve all the credit, they strive to treat each customer the same way as they want to be treated."

Readers of the Amarillo Globe News vote to determine the winners of the awards each year.

Visit ladybuginc.net for more information on the firm.

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