EcoShield Pest Control Announces New Management in San Antonio, Texas

EcoShield Pest Control, the nationwide pest control company, is announcing Ryan Igoe as Branch Manager, a new addition to its management team in the San Antonio, Texas branch.

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Eco Shield Pest Control

Eco Shield Pest Control

(PRWEB) June 20, 2013

EcoShield Pest Control, the nationwide pest control company, is announcing Ryan Igoe as Branch Manager, a new addition to its management team in the San Antonio, Texas branch.

The San Antonio location will be headed by Branch Manager Ryan Igoe, who oversees the daily performance of the San Antonio staff, servicing of all residential pest routes, and contract sales. Igoe is the former owner/operator of Ryan Termite and Pest Control, which continues to serve homeowners and commercial businesses in the Southern Rhode Island region. Prior to establishing Ryan Termite and Pest Control in January 2010, Igoe worked as a licensed service technician for Terminix International in Warwick, Rhode Island, servicing a client base of more than 600 accounts from January 2003 to September 2009. In July 2012, Igoe brought his extensive knowledge and experience in pest control to EcoShield’s San Antonio, Texas, branch, where he ensures the highest level of customer satisfaction in this region of the state.

EcoShield currently has three branches in Texas, servicing hundreds of clients in Houston, San Antonio, and Austin. The company has additional locations in seven other states throughout the U.S., including California, Colorado, and Georgia. EcoShield has provided comprehensive, preventative pest control services to thousands of customers since its founding in 2008, offering powerful, organic, and effective treatments to rid homes and businesses of a variety of insects and pests all year round.

In December 2012, EcoShield launched Exterminate Hunger, a community outreach campaign designed to provide food assistance for needy individuals and families in major metropolitan neighborhoods, as well as to heighten general awareness of the crisis of childhood hunger in America. To date, the campaign is supported through the volunteer efforts of more than 200 EcoShield employees, and has grown to include a fleet of 65 collection vehicles that regularly picks up non-perishable food items from EcoShield customers and transports them to distribution centers.

EcoShield is a member of the Better Business Bureau, and receives dozens of reviews each year from satisfied customers who utilize the company for their pest control needs. To learn more about EcoShield and its pest control services throughout Texas and other locations, or to schedule an appointment with an experienced pest control technician, visit http://www.espest.com.