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American Pest Management Featured on ‘Extreme Makeover: Home Edition’

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Pest control company teams with Dow AgroSciences to donate the Sentricon System.

| November 13, 2009

TAKOMA PARK, MD — Maryland-based American Pest Management recently donated installation and service of the Sentricon Termite Colony Elimination System to help protect two properties donated to a family and a nonprofit organization through the television show “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.” Dow AgroSciences donated the components for the termite baiting system.

American Pest Management on site at The Fishing School in Washington D.C.

Julius Vaunado of American Pest Management installs the SENTRICON System at the Tripp family home in Hyattsville, Md.

 

One of the properties is the site of a new home for a deserving family, active in its community of Hyattsville, Md., and the other is a newly constructed building to house The Fishing School, a youth development group in Washington, D.C.
           
“We are honored to be a part of this group effort,” says Paul Bergmann, director of residential services for American Pest Management. “We feel protecting the properties from the threat of subterranean termites is important to the ongoing success of the Tripp family and The Fishing School. We are extremely grateful for this opportunity to serve our community.”

For more information on the Sentricon System, visit www.Sentricon.com. For more on American Pest Management, visit www.AmericanPest.net.

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