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Massey Services Acquires GreenFrog Services

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The acquisition grows Massey's presence in the Jacksonville, Fla. area.

| November 1, 2012

ORLANDO, Fla. - Massey Services announced the acquisition of GreenFrog Services, a pest management firm headquartered in Jacksonville Beach, Fla.

GreenFrog specializes in residential and commercial pest prevention and termite services, and serves the Jacksonville Beach and Ponte Vedra areas.

"We are pleased to welcome David Honrath, his son Andrew, all the GreenFrog team members, and their customers to the Massey Services family," said Harvey L. Massey, chairman and CEO. "We seek out people who have built companies based on the values we share - in other words, companies with a similar culture to our own. GreenFrog was a perfect fit for our organization as it shares our commitment to total customer satisfaction."

The acquisition enhances Massey's existing presence in the Jacksonville market, the firm said. Massey Services will now have six locations in the area.

Learn more about Massey Services at masseyservices.com.

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