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Sri Lanka's Exterminators Celebrates 15 Years

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The company cites its employees' skill and courage as keys to its success.

| May 23, 2013

Sri Lanka’s Exterminators. Photo courtesy of Exterminators.

KOSWATTA, Sri Lanka - Exterminators is celebrating 15 years in business this year, the Sri Lanka firm announced. 

The company expressed a "big thank you" to all of its current and past employees, customers, suppliers and competitors in announcement. "It's exactly 15 years since Exterminators stepped into this fierce but amazing PESTWORLD with just one man and a spray gun, but with more force, drive and passion it has become Sri Lanka's premier pest control company," the firm said.

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