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Orkin Establishes International Franchise in Cyprus

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Rollins, Inc., a nationwide consumer services company announced that the company, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Orkin, has established a new international franchise in Cyprus.

Staff | October 22, 2009

ATLANTA - Rollins, Inc., a nationwide consumer services company  announced that the company, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Orkin, has established a new international franchise in Cyprus. This latest franchise expands Orkin's international presence into the Mediterranean region. Orkin now has a total of twelve international franchises worldwide.

Tom Luczynski, Vice President of International Development and Franchising, commented, "We are pleased to continue Orkin's international expansion in Cyprus as we increase Orkin's global brand recognition."


 

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