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Macy's Expands in Manatee County

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Two technicians will focus on residential properties in the county.

| September 12, 2012

NORTH VENICE, Fla. - Macy's Termite & Pest Control has expanded its coverage of Manatee County, the company announced.

Macy's has assigned two technicians - Kyle Hess and Samantha Brown - to combat pests in the county, with a focus on residential properties, Macy's said.

Macy's prides itself on using products that are non-toxic to combat rodents, termites, fleas, ticks, birds, bees and wasps - one of the rare "all-green" firms in the region, according to Macy's.

For more information visit MacysPestControl.com.

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