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Washington’s Cascade Pest Control Earns Angie’s List Super Service Award

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Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service.

| January 6, 2011

Redmond, Wash. — Cascade Pest Control has been awarded the prestigious 2010 Angie’s List Super Service Award, an honor bestowed annually on approximately 5 percent of all the companies rated on the nation’s leading provider of consumer reviews on local service companies.

“Our Super Service Award winners are the cream of the crop when it comes to providing consistently high quality customer service, as judged by the customers who hired them,” said Angie Hicks, founder of Angie’s List.

“We are proud and delighted to be recognized by our customers for our commitment to providing top quality service,” said Diana Sheridan, co-founder of Cascade Pest Control. Cascade Pest also earned the award in 2007 and 2008. The company has been protecting property and health since 1979, and provides pest control service all over King and Snohomish counties.

Angie’s List Super Service Award winners have met strict eligibility requirements including earning a minimum number of reports, an exemplary rating from their customers and abiding by Angie’s List operational guidelines.

Service company ratings are updated daily on Angie’s List, but members can find the 2010 Super Service Award logo next to company names in search results on AngiesList.com.

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