TEAM Resource Solutions enters mutually beneficial vendor agreement with Bell Termite

Posted on: April 29th, 2010
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TEAM Resource Solutions, a division of TEAM Nation Holdings Corporation, (OTCBB: TEMN) announced today that the Company has entered into a Joint Marketing Agreement with Bell Termite Control, Inc. According to the agreement, TEAM Resource Solutions (TEAM RSD), which provides ancillary real estate services to real estate brokers, realtors and lenders in the national marketplace, will offer termite and pest inspection, remediation and control to its clients in Southern California. Bell Termite and TEAM will equally share the profits generated on each order generated through the TEAM RSD platform.

Division President¬† of TEAM RSD, Lisa Favorite, stated, “The alliance with Bell Termite is a welcome addition to our service platform. Our customers in Southern California will be well served by the combination of Bell’s experience and reputation for excellence and TEAM RSD’s integrated one-stop solution for ancillary services.”

TEAM RSD plans to significantly expand services in 2010, and hopes the vendor agreement while help reach these goals. Currently, the Company’s platform offers pest inspection and control, moving and relocation, appraisal, natural hazard disclosure, and national mobile notary services through its direct operations and vendor alliances.

Furthermore, Mr. David Ortiz of Bell Termite Control expressed his enthusiasm for the agreement, “The reach of TEAM RSD and the experience of Bell are a perfect combination to grow revenue and create efficiencies that can be passed on to the consumer. We are excited to join the TEAM family.”

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