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Action Pest Control Promotes Keith Smith

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Smith is promoted to chief operating officer of the Evansville, Ind., pest management firm.

| January 12, 2011

Evansville, Ind. — Kevin C. Pass, president and CEO of Action Pest Control, announced that Keith Smith has assumed an equity position in Action Pest Control. Smith’s new title is chief operating officer, which is more reflective of his increasing role in the future of Action, Pass said.

“Keith plays a key role in providing for the continued growth of Action,” Pass stated. “We are excited about what’s in store for 2011 and are fortunate to have such an experienced, proven individual in this key leadership position.”

Smith previously served as operations manager with Action Pest Control for the last three years. Prior to coming to Action Pest Control, he held various management positions in the pest control industry with more than 15 years experience. Smith holds a bachelor of science degree in finance from Murray State University.

For more information about Action Pest Control, visit www.actionpest.com.
 

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