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Rollins Agrees To Buy Clark Pest Control Of Stockton

Rollins Inc. (ROL), Tuesday said it agreed to acquire Clark Pest Control of Stockton Inc. located in Lodi, California.

Clark Pest Control is a pest management company in California and the nation's 8th largest pest management company according to PCT 100 rankings. Geotech Supply is included in the acquisition and will continue to expand its current operations, maintaining a commitment to quality service delivery.

Rollins expects to close the deal in the first quarter 2019 subject to regulatory approvals.

Jerry Gahlhoff, President of Rollins Specialty Brands remarked "We are thrilled with the addition of Clark to the Rollins Family of Brands. Clark has a history of excellent service and a loyal customer base. With the continual leadership of Robert Baker, we are confident that the company will continue to grow and excel."

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