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Arizona Pest Control's App Featured on History Channel Program

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The company’s Pest Identifier app was featured on a segment of “News Watch TV,” a 30-minute news magazine show.

| October 29, 2013

TUCSON, Ariz. — Arizona Pest Control was featured on a popular technology show on History Channel.

The show, “News Watch TV,” is a 30-minute news magazine show. It airs weekly in more than 190 markets in the U.S on both ION Network and The History Channel. Since it began operations in 1989, more than 1000 episodes of the program have been aired. Visit newswatchtv.com for more information.
 
The Arizona Pest Control IPhone Application known as 'Pest Identifier' was featured on a segment of the show on Thursday Oct. 24. Click here to view the segment.

 

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