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Isotech Wins $5 Million Contract for L.A. County Metro Buses

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The second-largest transit bus fleet in the nation, Metro operates 2,500 vehicles.

| January 20, 2011

COVINA, Calif. — Isotech Pest Management has been awarded a five-year pest management contract in excess of $5,000,000 by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro), the nation’s second largest transit bus fleet, which operates more than 100 million miles annually.

“Isotech Pest Management is honored to be chosen by Metro to provide municipal pest management services after thorough review of several national companies,” said Mike Masterson, Isotech’s chief executive officer. Masterson said the transportation authority decided Isotech’s unique program was their best choice to help them reach their desired goal: No. 1 world-class transit operation. “Our certified service specialists are committed to providing Metro and its patrons with the highest quality and verified pest management program in the industry.”

Kevin Alden, president and co-owner of Isotech, said the company designs customized pest control programs with a passion for knowing and understanding every detail of its customers’ needs. “We work hand-in-hand with each of our customers to solve all aspects of pest elimination demands.” Alden explained. “At Isotech, we believe in a team approach, integrated with technology, that produces dramatic results for our customers. Furthermore, Alden said, “We are honored to have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those who select the MTA as their choice of transportation, which ultimately benefits everyone.”

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority operates a fleet of approximately 2,500 buses that include conventional and 60-foot articulated buses. Combined with Metro Rail and other transportation, it has an annual ridership of more than 447 million, and provides service to nearly 16,000 bus stops.

Isotech Pest Management has been featured in Inc. Magazine and is listed in the top 900 fastest growing privately owned companies in America. The company is also featured on the Discovery Channel series, “Verminators,” seen in 108 countries worldwide. CEO Mike Masterson has been featured on a number of programs, including “The Dr. Oz Show,” “Rachael Ray,” “Judge Alex,” and “Modern Marvels.”

For more information on Isotech’s commercial programs, visit http://www.isotechpest.com.
 

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