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Allergy Technologies, Ehrlich Enter into Distribution Agreement

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Allergy Technologies has entered into an agreement with Ehrlich Distribution to sell ActiveGuard Mattress Liners.

| March 20, 2013

AMBLER, Pa.  – Allergy Technologies has entered into an agreement with Ehrlich Distribution to sell ActiveGuard Mattress Liners.

This new agreement, in combination with Allergy Technologies’ existing distribution network, establishes more widespread availability of ActiveGuard Mattress Liners to pest management professionals (PMPs).

As a result, ActiveGuard’s distributor-based sales program has now expanded into new territories throughout the country.  Ehrlich Distribution presently has locations in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina and Kansas.  

“Based on the increased demand for ActiveGuard throughout the country, we are pleased to have widened our distribution so that greater numbers of PMPs can now easily enjoy the product’s availability,” said Joseph Latino, Chief Operating Officer (COO) for Allergy Technologies. “Ehrlich has historically placed a premium on customer education, support and satisfaction, which marry well with our selling platform.  We look forward to this agreement resulting in a mutually beneficial long-term relationship.”

For more information about ActiveGuard Mattress Liners visit www.allergytechnologies.com.
 

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