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CSN Adds Three New Locations

February 1, 2012
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Cleaning Supply Network (CSN) has announced the opening of three new locations in Texas, according to a press release.

Cleaning Supply Network (CSN) has announced the opening of three new locations in Texas, according to a press release. CSN acquired both Service Products of Austin and Service Products of San Antonio in December 2011. They have now opened a fourth location in North Austin.

Mason Tomaino is the General Manager over the two Austin locations and Dean Oshiro remains Store Manager of the 407 Radam Lane Bldg E #200, Austin, TX location. Chris “Ike” Issac has been named store manager of the newly opened 404 W. Powell Lane #103, Austin, TX location. Brian Keller remains the Store Manager for the San Antonio location, at 10903 A/B Wye Drive.

The additional stores in conjunction with Cleaning Supply Network’s Pensacola, Florida location will allow CSN to better serve its’ customers’ cleaning and restoration needs.

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