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Action Bed Bug Control has been featured on NBC's Today Show, Fox Philly Channel 29, NPR's All Things Considered, FORBES, WPIX NYC, and WKYW Philly.

| September 3, 2010

Action Bed Bug Control has been featured on NBC's Today Show, Fox Philly Channel 29, NPR's All Things Considered, FORBES, WPIX NYC, and WKYW Philly. Here is a sampling:

• Fox Philly
Description: Michael Russell, Steven Rozek and Rex the Bed Bug Dog appears on Fox Philly.

• NBC’s TODAY Show
Description: Specially trained dogs hunt bedbugs :  With humans seemingly fighting a losing battle against the little pests, who better to turn to then man’s best friend? Steve Rozek of Action Termite and Pest Control, along with one of his specially trained bedbug-sniffing dogs, Rex, joins TODAY’s Lester Holt and Jenna Wolfe.

• WPIX Channel 11 NYC:
Description: Todd Lorah and Dave Kendrick (Account rep and Dog Handler, respectively…Dave is actually a retired K-9 officer who now works at ACTION.) PIX 11 News

• NPR “All Things Considered”:

• Forbes:

• KYW Philadelphia Radio Interview:

 

 

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