HARLAN, Iowa – Inc. magazine ranked Fox Pest Control no. 40 and Pest Control Point no. 58 on its third annual Inc. 5000 Rocky Mountain Regionals list. The ranking includes the fastest growing private companies based in Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming. The regional list represents a unique look at the most successful businesses in the most dynamic segment of the Rocky Mountain region’s economy: small independent businesses.
“When my brother-in-law Bryant White and I started Fox Pest Control in 2012, we wanted to create a company that not only solved problems and provided exceptional customer service, but we wanted to create a place where people would be happy to work. at.Over the past decade, our biggest investment has been in the development of our team members.By focusing on professional development, we have been able to excel in building an incredible team that delivers unparalleled customer service Our company’s placement on this list confirms that we are doing our business well.
Today, Fox Pest Control has over 30 branches, helping more than 160,000 homeowners in 13 states eliminate pest problems. Its growth has also earned the company other recognitions, including ranking no. 1807 on the 40th annual Inc. 5000 list. The company regularly appears on Pest Control Technology magazine’s annual Top 100 list, ranking no. 20 in 2020 and no. 15 in 2021.
Founded in 2006, Pointe Pest Control has grown from humble beginnings in Spokane Washington to multiple locations across Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Montana. Pointe is also proud to employ over 270 full-time team members in the Northwest.
“Bigger isn’t better, better,” said Jacob Burg of Pointe Pest Control.
Companies on the list are showing remarkable growth rates across all industries in the Rocky Mountain region. Between 2018 and 2020, these 60 private companies recorded an average growth rate of 252%. In 2020 alone, they added 4,176 jobs and nearly $1 billion to the Rocky Mountain region economy. Companies based in Las Vegas, Nevada; Boise, Idaho; and Vail, Colorado, had the highest growth rate overall.
Complete results for the Inc. 5000 Regionals Rocky Mountain list, including company profiles and an interactive database that can be sorted by industry, metro area and other criteria, are available at inc.com/rocky-mountain.