Kingfish Pest Control named pest control company for Miller Electric Center

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July 19, 2023

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The outside of the new Miller Electric Center. PHOTO: KINGFISH PEST CONTROL

Jacksonville, Fla.-based Kingfish Pest Control was named the official pest control provider for the Jacksonville Jaguars’ new Miller Electric Center.

This state-of-the-art center is a two-story practice facility for the Jaguars. It is 125,000 square feet that spans 18 acres.

It features two outdoor practice fields, an indoor field, glass window offices overlooking the fields, meeting rooms, weight rooms, medical offices, players’ lounge, loading docks, laundry room, commercial kitchens, fan experience areas and much more.

This $120-plus million sports performance center is right next to the Jaguars’ home stadium, TIAA Bank Field, in downtown Jacksonville.

The team plans to move in for training camp in July.

“On behalf of our entire team at Kingfish Pest Control, we are grateful to the Jags organization for trusting us and are excited for this unique opportunity to provide our award-winning services for our hometown Jacksonville Jaguars,” Brian Lunsford, owner and CEO of Kingfish Pest Control, said in a post on Facebook.

Check out more photos of the new facility on Facebook:

About Kingfish Pest Control

Owned by Kristin Lunsford and her husband, Brian, a second-generation pest management professional, Kingfish’s mission is “to provide high-quality pest control services at competitive prices using the newest technology and training to create exceptional value for our customers. Our vision is to be a superior service company that everyone trusts. By maintaining a high level of service, we will have the opportunity for growth and therefore, the ability to enrich the lives of our team members and give back to the communities in which we serve.”

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Ellen Wagner

Ellen Wagner is the digital editor for PMP magazine. She can be reached at ewagner@northcoastmedia.net.

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