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Integrity Pest Management Earns QualityPro Designation

The 10-year-old firm is based in Sand Springs, Okla.

| December 14, 2010

Sand Springs, Okla. — Integrity Pest Management, a company with 10 years in business in Sand Springs, Okla. has earned the National Pest Management Association’s QualityPro designation, the mark of excellence in pest management.

“Becoming QualityPro was important to me, because I strive to offer consumers the best in pest management,” said Integrity Pest Management’s William Rowe. “This designation offers consumers solid proof of the thoroughness and quality of my company’s services.”

QualityPro companies have met qualifications built around four key principles: Business Operations, Consumer Relations, Environmental Stewardship and Technician Training. These qualifications include employing only highly trained, credentialed employees; offering a clear, easy-to-understand warranty and termite service agreement; maintaining a drug-free workplace; advertising truthfully and ethically; and maintaining an up-to-date insurance policy.

For more information, visit www.npmaqualitypro.org.
 

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