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Record Breaking Summer Growth for EcoFirst Pest Control in 2011

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EcoFirst reported it has added more than 90,000 new customers in the last three years in 12 major US metroplexes.

| November 2, 2011

EcoFirst Pest Control recently expanded its services to four new locations this summer, opening up offices in Sacramento, Calif.; and Houston, Austin and San Antonio, Texas.

EcoFirst now has a presence in nine states — California, Texas, Washington, Oregon, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, Kansas and Missouri.

EcoFirst reported it has added more than 90,000 new customers in the last three years in 12 major US metroplexes.

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Source: San Francisco Chronicle
 

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