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Impact Pest Elimination promotes new vice president

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Impact Pest Elimination has announced the promotion of Leanne C. Garrison to vice president.

"Leanne Garrison has been an important part of our success and we were thrilled to appoint her to this important position," said Frank A. Miller, CEO and president of Impact Pest Elimination. "Leanne joined our company in 2005 and has matured in the pest control industry as a proven and effective leader.

"We plan continued growth and expansion of our service programs and are confident that Leanne will be an important asset to help the company reach its goals in the future."

Garrison grew up in the pest control industry and worked five years as Impact's sales manager. Currently licensed by the state as a certified pest control operator, she is also an affiliate of Professional Woman in Pest Management.

She is a member of the first graduating class at Palm Harbor University High School, received an associate's degree in business from St. Petersburg College and attended the University of South Florida, where she continues her business studies.

Garrison lives in Pasco County with husband, Trey, and daughter, Gwen.

Mail business news to Nova Beall at 710 Court St., Clearwater, FL 33756, fax to (727) 445-4119 or email

Impact Pest Elimination promotes new vice president 03/01/12 [Last modified: Thursday, March 1, 2012 4:11pm]
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