Bug Busters acquires Quinn Pest Control


January 10, 2022


Pictured from left to right are Matt Quinn and Vickie Quinn of Quinn Pest Control and Daphne Bertholf and Court Parker of Bug Busters. PHOTO: BUG BUSTERS

Atlanta, Ga.-based Bug Busters, a family-owned and -operated pest control business, announced the acquisition of Quinn Pest Control of Milledgeville, Ga.

This acquisition will widen Bug Busters’ service area to include middle Georgia locations, including Milledgeville, Eanton, Madison and the Lake Oconee area.

“Over nearly six decades, the Quinn family, including Mrs. Vickie Quinn, have worked to establish a well-known, dependable company with a loyal customer base,” said Bug Busters CEO Court Parker. “Bug Busters is looking forward to continuing the Quinn family legacy by maintaining the same level of great service, while also expanding our company’s service area and providing more growth opportunities for all of our current and future team members.”

Established in 1968 by Iverson Quinn, Quinn Pest Control has been committed to providing high-quality pest management services to the Milledgeville area for decades.

The Quinn Pest Control team will continue to work out of its current location in Milledgeville, Ga., and will be joined by the Bug Busters team. Over the coming months, the combined teams plant to transition to a new office space better suited for the quickly growing pest control company.

About Bug Busters

Bug Busters has been serving the Southeastern United States since 1984. With branch offices in Georgia and Tennessee, the company offers environmentally friendly pest control services including general pest control, termite control, wildlife control, mosquito control and more.


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Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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