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NaturZone Employee Now Certified Entomologist

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Joseph W. Scheffler recently ACE certified.

| August 30, 2012

TAMPA BAY, Fla. - NaturZone Pest Control employee Joseph W. Scheffler was recently certified as an associate entomologist (ACE) by the Entomological Society of America Certification Corporation, the company announced.

"We're very proud of the work Mr. Scheffler did and the knowledge gained in order to become a certified ACE," said Doug Longfellow, NaturZone president. "As a result of Joe's hard work, knowloedge and dedication we are pleased to announce his promotion to Service Manager. As such he will be responsible for client satisfaction and technician technical training for NaturZone."

To learn more about NaturZone, visit PestControlSolutionFlorida.com.

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