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“An Inside Scoop on All Outdoors” Internship of Agricultural Studies Final Report Caroline Davis Caroline_Davis@mail.uri.edu 856-905-9794 All Outdoors Power Equipment and Narragansett Pest Control Supervisor, Margaret Siligato President of Corporation 401-783-3933 Summer Session II July 24, 2009 RDE 486 Independent Study Internship Assignment Anthony Mallilo 1
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Caroline Davis July 24, 2009 All Outdoors Power Equipment has been around for about 50 years residing at 4060 Old Tower Hill Rd. in what used to be a historic church in the old center of Wakefield. It wasn’t until 20 years after it had been open when the Siligato Family came to claim some turf. Narragansett Pest Control owned and operated by the Siligato’s since its establishment in 1978 when this small family business went underway. Their mission was to help the residents of Rhode Island better understand the use of chemicals and the practice of integrated pest management. In 1999 the Siligato family bought All Outdoors Power Equipment and have been providing their customers with only the best quality of products and services in southern RI. SWOT Analysis gives you a glimpse of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of the business. After I interviewed both Jim and Peggy Siligato, the owners, about what they thought in regards to the analysis, I added some input of my own. STRENGTHS: World Class Product Manufacturers and Equipment. Diversified employees with sales experience, a full line parts department, and factory trained mechanics on duty that service everything they sell. Own 2 well-known businesses that not only compliment one another, but are located in the same building and have a consistent flow of customers. They survive on bad weather; i.e. hurricanes for helping with unwanted pests or handling damaged generators and chain saws. WEAKNESSES:
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This note was uploaded on 07/26/2009 for the course RDE 4511 taught by Professor Anthonymallilo during the Summer '09 term at Rhode Island.

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