National company buys local family owned Pest Control Company

Springfield, VA January 27, 2009 – The recent sale of Bob’s Termite and Pest Control to Orkin Pest Control was finalized in December 2008.

Now with the sale of Bob’s Termite & Pest Control, owner Ed Connor of Connor’s Pest Protection is relieved that Orkin has purchased his brothers business as it will bring the end to confusion that has existed between the companies.

Connor’s Pest Protection would have like to welcome Bob’s Termite and Pest Control customers into the Connor family, like they have for other companies including the recent addition of The Pest Eliminator which expanded their current customer base and staff into the Richmond VA, market. Connor’s Pest Protection is growing strong and continues to be the leaders in the VA, MD, DC, WV, NC, DE, and NJ markets.

Additionally, Connor’s Pest Protection investment into the new service of the elimination of bed bug infestations keeps Connor’s in the leadership role by providing the most comprehensive solutions for home owners and business in the protection against bed bugs.

“Connor’s Pest Protection has been serving our customers and community for over 60 years and will continue to lead the way for family owned businesses. Supporting local business helps keep our local families and communities strong especially in hard times. We would welcome any customers of Bob’s who would like to stay with a family owned Pest Control business.” Says Ed Connors.

About Connor’s Pest Protection:
Owned and operated by the Connor’s family for over 60 years, Connor’s Pest Protection is well known across the East coast region for their tradition of environmentally responsible, and superior pest management. Recognized as a regional leader in pest control, they have earned a reputation for effective results with an unwavering commitment to their loyal customers, the Pest Control industry and entire community. For additional information, visit:

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