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Ad Campaign For Apex Pest Control Wins National Advertising Award

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Apex was founded in 1985 and serves more than 25 counties in Florida.

| June 25, 2010

Winter Park, Fla. — Bugs beware and termites take heed! Thanks to the creative efforts of Anson-Stoner, the latest poster campaign for Apex Pest Control was honored at the National ADDY Awards on Sat., June 12 in Orlando. The American Advertising Federation (AAF) presented Anson-Stoner with a Silver ADDY Award for best poster campaign.  This is the third consecutive year the agency has received national accolades from the AAF.

In 1985 Apex Pest Control was founded on Florida's east coast and today has four locations throughout the state. At least 30 percent of Apex's employees have been with the company more than 5 years; 20 percent for more than 10 years.

To learn more about Apex Pest Control , click here:
http://www.apex-pest.com/

To learn more about Anson-Stoner, click here:
www.anson-stoner.com
 

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