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VanWal Pest Elimination Announces Staff Additions and Promotions

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North Carolina-based company hires five employees, promotes two.

| January 21, 2011

KERNERSVILLE, N.C. — VanWal Pest Elimination has announced a number of staff additions and promotions.

Kevin Weidner was promoted to Service Department manager for the company’s operations in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virgina and West Virginia regions. Additionally, service technician Tommy Marley was promoted to Alamance County territory manager.

Additionally, VanWal hired three new technicians: Gene Doyon, Chris Nance, and Jerry Sims. The company also hired two new territory managers: Steve Famiglietta for Raleigh, and Justin Harvey for High Point/Lexington.

Learn more about the firm at http://www.vanwalpest.com.
 

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