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Allergy Technologies Expands Midwest Distribution

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Pest Management Supply is now carrying ActiveGuard Mattress Liners.

| May 7, 2013

AMBLER, Pa. – Allergy Technologies announced that it has expanded the availability of its ActiveGuard Mattress Liners in the Midwest through a distribution deal with Pest Management Supply.

With distribution centers in Chicago and Kansas City, Missouri, Pest Management Supply will be supplying ActiveGuard to pest management professionals (PMPs) from Ohio to Colorado.

Pest Management Supply is a privately owned and operated distribution company that has provided pest management professionals with quality products, supplies and services for more than 25 years.

According to Joseph Latino, chief operating officer (COO) for Allergy Technologies, Pest Management Supply further expands the availability of ActiveGuard throughout the central United States.

“This agreement with Pest Management Supply signifies a new step for Allergy Technologies as PMPs are able to secure ActiveGuard with ease through another quality distributor,” said Latino. “We are fortunate to be able to partner with such a knowledgeable and service-oriented firm and are looking forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship together.”

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