Mosquito Squad Of Chattanooga Wins 2013 Excellence In Client Service Award

Tuesday, March 04, 2014
Brad Ledford
Brad Ledford

Brad Ledford, local franchise owner of Mosquito Squad of Chattanooga was honored at Mosquito Squad’s annual meeting, winning a 2013 Excellence in Client Service award. The award recognizes above and beyond customer based on feedback from clients.

“I am thrilled to be given the Excellence in Client Service award.  I’ve always treated my clients the way I would want to be treated and train my employees to do the same,” said Mr. Ledford.

Mosquito Squad provides mosquito and tick control in Hamilton and Bradley Counties. Its traditional mosquito barrier spray protects properties from mosquitoes for up to 21 days. Special event treatments and yellowjacket extermination are other services Mosquito Squad is happy to offer its clients.

Mr. Ledford, a Red Bank High School and University of Tennessee at Chattanooga graduate, has owned Mosquito Squad since 2010. 



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