“Aptive’s family environment helps to strengthen our team’s willingness to wow customers."
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 11, 2016
Atlanta, GA – Aptive Environmental is a new breed of exterminators that provides progressive pest control solutions with a focus to reduce potential health risks to humans and the environment. Aptive is pleased to announce their new southern locations in the Nashville, Atlanta, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.
Aptive Environmental plans to service more than 150,000 new customers this 2016 year. By doing so, Aptive will be the fastest growing pest control company in North America. The company’s mission is to protect both its customers’ families and the environment. Aptive also plans to maintain its integral quality values throughout its expansion, and has emphasized the importance of building a better company, not just a bigger one.
Vess Pearson, CEO of Aptive Environmental said, “I personally lived in Georgia for several years, so it’s a real pleasure being able to provide environmentally conscious solutions to our new Southern customers.”
“Aptive’s family environment helps to strengthen our team’s willingness to wow customers and promote referrals. There’s a unique synergy between all of our team members and it’s contagious,” said David Royce, Founder & Chairman. Mr. Royce was recently recognized by Utah Business Magazine’s Forty Under 40 Award, and was also awarded Ernst & Young’s National Entrepreneur of the Year in 2015.
Aptive Environmental provides residential and commercial pest control services to more than 1,500 cities across the nation. Aptive specializes in environmentally responsible pest solutions for more than 47 common household pests including: ants, cockroaches, spiders, wasps, scorpions, snails, fleas, ticks, mice, rats and more. Aptive Environmental has also partnered with the United Nations Foundation “Nothing But Nets” to help stop the spread of Malaria transmitted by mosquito bites. Aptive dedicates a portion of company profits annually to “Nothing But Nets” providing insecticide-treated bed nets to help save the lives of millions in underdeveloped countries.