EHS Pest Services, a pest management company with 31 years in business in Massachusetts and Rhode Island is proud to announce Brian Alexson as Sales Director
Online PR News – 27-September-2016 – Norwood, Massachusetts – EHS Pest Services, a pest management company with 31 years in business in Massachusetts and Rhode Island is proud to announce Brian Alexson as our Director of Sales and Marketing.
“It’s great to have him back on his home turf where it all began” said company President, John Stellberger.
“I cannot think of a more qualified person with industry intelligence and experience to fulfill our goals and objectives than Brian.” “He is committed to our “New School of Pest Management” philosophy.
Brian Alexson has over 25 years of leadership experience in all aspects of business including Sales, Marketing and Operations. Most recently, Alexson served as COO and was responsible for leading the overall strategy and execution for OneRoof Energy a full service residential solar energy company providing homeowners with alternatives to utility provided electricity along with system design to financing, installation, and ongoing monitoring and maintenance. Prior to joining OneRoof Alexson served as the CEO of CS Operating, Inc., a Texas based consumer services company focused on construction, electrical, plumbing, HVAC and pest control. Prior to joining CS Operating, Alexson served as senior vice president of sales, marketing and development for Los Angeles-based Verengo Solar. In addition to managing all sales and marketing efforts for Verengo, Alexson had oversight for all call center operations, as well as underwriting. Prior to Verengo, Alexson spent 18 years with ServiceMaster, a $5B consumer services company with over 12 million customers, where he held a variety of leadership roles including EVP of Sales and Marketing for its TruGreen companies and Vice President of Sales and Service of Terminix, ServiceMaster's two largest business units. Alexson has been very active in the industry associations and serves on several boards and won The New England Pest Management Associations Bart Eldridge award in 2003.