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SavATree acquires DeerTech

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The merger allows SavATree to expand its deer deterrent services.

| November 17, 2010

BEDFORD, N.Y. – SavATree, a provider of tree, shrub and lawn care services, has announced the acquisition of DeerTech, a deer deterrent solutions company.

DeerTech’s patented Three Circles of Protection shields valuable shrubs and plants from hungry deer. The service combines a patented ultra-sound technology with a proprietary treatment program. DeerTech serves residential and commercial customers throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Delaware.

"Both organizations were built on providing the highest level of service through skilled local people and cutting edge technologies,” said SavATree President Daniel van Starrenburg. "Through this merger, we are enhancing the deer deterrent service we offer, which we believe is now best in the industry."

"We have admired and respected SavATree's focus on quality customer service for years,” said DeerTech CEO, Alan Seiler. “Through years of experience and research, DeerTech has learned how to outsmart hungry deer. We are extremely excited about partnering with a well-established leader that provides an even stronger value proposition to both existing and new customers."

 

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