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Macy's Appoints Boeras as Customer Service Rep

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Danielle Boeras will specialize in termite inspection reports and new customer follow-up.

| August 29, 2012

NORTH VENICE, Fla. - Macy's Termite & Pest Control has appointed Danielle Boeras as Customer Service Representative, the company announced.

Boeras grew up in Sarasota and graduated from Riverview High School, and has undertaken a semester at State College of Florida.

At Macy's, she will specialize in termite inspection reports and new customer follow-up. Boeras was previously in merchandising with Forever 21 retail clothing and was a substitute preschool teacher in Sarasota.

Macy's specializes in reduced-risk products and is one of the rare "all-green" pest control firms in the region, the company says.

For more info visit MacysPestControl.com

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