Menomonee Falls, Wis., January 15, 2015… Bruce Johns, sales and service specialist for Wil-Kil Pest Control, the Upper Midwest’s quality leader in pest management, was recently named one of Pest Control Technology (PCT)’s finalists in the 2014 Technician of the Year Awards. Bruce was part of an elite group of finalists selected in the commercial category for their commitment to customer service. PCT is recognized as the industry’s leading trade publication.
Since joining Wil-Kil Pest Control in 1975, Bruce has continually provided his clients in the food processing and distribution, manufacturing and property management industries with exceptional customer service through
his attention to detail, effective communication and dedication to quality service. He has been recognized by his coworkers as someone who goes the extra mile for each and every client. In addition, Bruce has also shown a strong commitment to the growth of the company by recognizing and communicating additional revenue opportunities.
“We are thrilled that Bruce has been recognized as a finalist for his outstanding service,” said Dale Bauerkemper, vice presidentand general manager of Wil-Kil Pest Control. “Throughout the years, Bruce has consistently demonstrated a high level of commitment to his clients and exceptional professionalism. He embodies the values of our company and we are proud to have him as part of our team.”
As an employee who is dedicated to providing high-quality service, Bruce has also completed the necessary requirements to obtain Master Technician status in Wisconsin and will celebrate his 40th anniversary with the company this October.
The PCT Technician of the Year Awards recognizes the achievements of standout commercial, residential and termite service professionals in the pest control industry. Winners and finalists are chosen from all eligible nominees by a panel of well-respected industry professionals based on their participation in industry educational meetings, excellence in safety, customer relations, leadership skills and community service. Each applicant must have at least five years of experience in the industry to be eligible.