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Skyline Pest Solutions Adds Donna Lehr

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Skyline Pest Solutions & Home Inspections announces the addition of Donna Lehr to the real estate marketing team.

| January 10, 2011

MARIETTA, GA. – Skyline Pest Solutions & Home Inspections announces the addition of Donna Lehr to the real estate marketing team. In her new role, she will be focusing her efforts on real estate agents in Cobb, Cherokee, Gwinnett, Intown, Midtown, and Northwest Perimeter offices. Lehr brings 15 years of experience in real estate marketing as well as numerous relationships which she has fostered to Skyline.

Lehr previously served the Real Estate industry in the Home Warranty industry.  She has been an active member of Cobb and Cherokee Associations of Realtors® as well as the Cobb Women’s Council of Realtors®. She has received the prestigious Affiliate of the Year award from all three organizations as well as the President’s Award for the Cobb Women’s Council of Realtors®. She has also been involved with the North Atlanta Metro Association of Realtors® as well as the Atlanta, Cherokee and Gwinnett Women’s Council of Realtors®. “I can’t wait to tell all the successful real estate agents about the unbeatable inspection services offered by Skyline. It’s going to be fun,” Lehr said.

Skyline has three locations in the metro-Atlanta area. To learn more about the company, visit www.skylinepest.com.
 

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