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Rick Harris Joins Pest Control Insulation Systems

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Pest Control Insulation Systems announced the addition of Rick Harris as the firm’s newest field sales representative, handling the northeastern states (New York, Maine, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maryland, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia and Connecticut).

| January 19, 2011

Homer, Ga. — Pest Control Insulation Systems announced the addition of Rick Harris as the firm’s newest field sales representative, handling the northeastern states (New York, Maine, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maryland, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia and Connecticut).

Harris has 25 years of experience in the pest control industry including a 14-year stint at a national pest management firm, and was key in implementing the TAP program in major markets. In 2008, he joined a large New York pest management firm, and was instrumental in kicking off a highly successful TAP enterprise that set revenue records every quarter.

Harris’s primary responsibility will be the field support of customers, emphasizing attic capping, insulation removal systems, and ComfortTherm, the firm’s new crawlspace system.

Look for Harris in Booth 300 of the NPMA Eastern Conference — Jan. 26-28 — at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City.

Visit the company’s website at www.TAPinsulation.com.

E-mail Harris at Rharris@TAPinsulation.com or contact him via phone at 845/247-3833.
 

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