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Those interested in purchasing PestPac Software could look forward to discounts off the monthly price of the software, in addition to a $100 PestPac credit.

| November 27, 2013

WALL, N.J. — Marathon Data Systems has announced its participation in Cyber Monday (Dec. 1). Those interested in purchasing PestPac Software could look forward to discounts off the monthly price of the software, in addition to a $100 PestPac credit. The credit may be used toward the purchase of additional modules or new services during the next six months. Current PestPac customers can take advantage of the same offer when they purchase select additional modules.  Inventory, Multi-Unit and Sales assistant will offered at a discounted monthly price and come with the $100 PestPac credit.  The one day sale will end at 5pm EST on Monday, December 1, 2013. Those interested in learning more about the PestPac Cyber Monday Sale should call 800-762-0301 or visit http://www.pestpac.com/2013-cyber-monday
 

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