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Vote for Your Favorite Temprid ‘Save the Day’ Story

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Pest management professionals who vote for their favorite story online will have a chance to receive a free case of Temprid SC Insecticide.

| October 2, 2012

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. – Five pest management professionals (PMPs) have been selected as finalists in the Temprid Save the Day Contest, in which PMPs shared stories of instances when they saved the day by tackling a pest problem for a family or business using Temprid SC Insecticide. Environmental Science, a division of Bayer CropScience LP, is calling upon PMPs across the country to view all five videos online and vote for their favorite story. PMPs who vote will have a chance to receive a free case of Temprid. The winning professional will be awarded with an all-expense-paid trip for four, plus a choice of 10 free cases of Temprid SC or a professional marketing package to help promote his or her business.

“We are very impressed with the contest submissions and thank all PMPs who contributed their Temprid success stories,” said Norman Barclift, general insect control product manager at Environmental Science. “Now it’s time for PMPs to view the videos and cast their vote for their favorite ‘Save-the-Day’ story.”

Between Oct. 1 and Nov. 30, professionals will have the chance to vote for the following finalists:

Anthony Esposito, The Bug Reaper, in Katy, Texas

Brandon Glenn, Schendel Pest Services, in Wicheta, Kan. 

Mary Hooks, Carothers Pest Control LLC, in Mansfield, Ohio 

Robert Dunlap, No-Bugs Pest Management, in Monroe, Ohio

Tim Meyers, AAA Enviro Pest Management, in Centre Hall, Pa.

The winning submission will be announced in December and will be awarded with the following: • All-expense-paid trip for four to New York, N.Y.; Steamboat, Colo.; Orlando, Fla.; or Las Vegas, Nev. • Choice of either 10 free cases of Temprid SC Insecticide OR a professional marketing package to help promote his or her business, including assistance with advertising, public relations and social media

Those interested in voting can learn more about the contest and finalists by visiting the Bayer booth, #1805, at PestWorld 2012 in Boston. “Our customers have tremendous stories to share with their peers in the industry about how they have solved specific pest infestations, and we’re pleased to help give them a platform to do so,” Barclift said. “We are excited to be revealing the finalists’ Save the Day stories and look forward to announcing the winner in December.”

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