Benton business owner inducted as president of National Pest Management Association

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Justin McCauley of McCauley Services of Benton has been named as president of the National Pest Management Association (NPMA). McCauley Services is a family-owned and operated pest management company.

McCauley, who has recently served as NPMA vice-president, will now lead the national association for pest management professionals across the country.

“I’m excited to work with the NPMA to help ensure that every pest management professional across our industry has access to the resources, training and experience they need to consistently elevate the quality of their work on behalf of clients,” said McCauley. “This is an incredible opportunity to share the strong family values and high-quality standards we hold ourselves up to at McCauley Services with my colleagues across the country.”

McCauley Services provides pest control service for residential and commercial customers. Established in 1983, the McCauley Services team has earned the prestigious QualityPro Certification for excellence in pest management, awarded to less than 3% of pest control companies in the United States.

The company was founded as The Bug Man in 1983 by Justin McCauley’s father, Mike.