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MosquitoNix Announces New Carolinas Franchisee

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Lotus Landscape Services will provide mosquito control services throughout Charlotte, Raleigh and surrounding areas.

| July 8, 2013

CARROLLTON, Texas — MosquitoNix announced that Dirck Reichard, owner of MDSTR LLC and Chris McGee, owner of Lotus Landscape Services, recently purchased its Carolinas franchise. 

The new franchises will provide mosquito control services throughout Charlotte and surrounding towns of Concord, Davidson, Huntersville, Meyers Park, Mooresville, Mathews, Mint Hill, Statesville, Weddington, Waxhaw, Lake Wylie and Fort Mill, as well as the Research Triangle, including the communities of Apex, Cary, Chapel Hill, Durham, Garner, Hillsborough, Morrisville and Raleigh, North Carolina.

“Adding the Carolinas franchise continues our 2013 strategic expansion plan and helps us meet the dramatic increase in demand for mosquito control across North America,” said Dan O’Neal, chairman & CEO of FEMO Group Holdings, MosquitoNix’s parent company.

O’Neal added, “We are impressed with Dirck’s and Chris’ commitment to provide mosquito control to the Greater Charlotte community and the Research Triangle so that families and businesses throughout North Carolina will be able to enjoy the outdoors safely.”

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