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Arizona Pest Squad Founder Appointed to National Pest Management Association Committee

PHOENIX, AZ -- (Marketwired) -- 06/29/14 -- Arizona Pest Squad is pleased to announce that its founder and President/CEO, David Marshall, has been appointed by Billy Tesh, the President of the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), to be on the seven member diversity committee for the 2014-2015 fiscal year.

"The diversity committee's mission is to assist the NPMA with encouraging the membership to embrace diversity and inclusion as an integral part in nurturing winning workplace cultures throughout our industry," said Mr. Tesh. "We chose David for his passion and energy and look forward to his participation in forwarding the initiatives of this important committee."

David is the President/CEO of Arizona Pest Squad, a family owned and operated business headquartered in Tempe, Arizona specializing in a unique customer experience for the pest industry. Arizona Pest Squad has been an active member in the NPMA since the Company's inception in late 2011 and the co-founders, David Marshall and Amy Bobbitt, earned accolades for their speaking engagement at the NPMA national convention last December. Arizona Pest Squad was featured as one of the top companies to watch in Pest Control Technology Magazine, the industry's leading media outlet, in its December issue.

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