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Heron announces plans to open new facilities in Lake and Volusia counties
Rodney Lackey, Heron Pest Control’s proud and passionate President, announced today his plans to expand the company’s footprint further into Lake and Volusia County. “We’ve had a presence in these areas for years,” he explains, “but now there are plans on the board for two new branch locations to come on line soon.”
Heron’s main office is in Apopka, in Orange County. A second branch location was opened in southwest Orlando in 2004, so the company would have more efficient access to its expanding Orange, Osceola and Polk county customer base.
“The new Lake county branch” Lackey counties “puts us right in the back yard of one of our fastest growing service areas. Now our customers in Leesburg, Clermont, Mount Dora, Sorrento, and all that geography in that space, including some Sumter county folks, will have much better access to us. The same principal applies to Volusia county, where our already large presence in Deland, Debary, Orange City and Deltona has now spilled over into areas like New Smyrna Beach and Daytona.”
“Streamlining synergies and watching the operating costs that are necessary to bring us to our customer’s front door are just one example of how we stubbornly work to contain costs, absorb back-door vendor price increases without passing them along to our customers, and remain competitive.”
Tom Grzeszczak, Heron veteran District Manager, is developing his staff and recruiting externally to meet Rodney’s timeline, which should have Heron employees pulling into these new facilities as early as the Spring of 2009.
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