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Two Firms Join Food Protection Alliance

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Myers Services and RiteCorp now members of national organization.

| July 20, 2012

DALLAS, Texas - Myers Services and RiteCorp have joined the Food Protection Alliance, the organization has announced.

Myers Services is familiar and experienced in the food safety sector of pest management in Texas, with a focus around Dallas, Houstin and San Antonio. The expertise and knowledge of pest management focused on the food industry is an area Myers is familiar with, the Food Protection Alliance said.

RiteCorp, based in Colorado, will bring its experience and attention to detail to fit the standards of the Food Protecion Alliance, they said.

Learn more about the Food Protection Alliance at www.fpalliance.com. 

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