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Marketing Pest Control Services LinkedIn Group Hits Milestone

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The group, created by June Van Klaveren of Compelling Communications, recently accepted its 1,000th member.

| February 1, 2013

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Marketing Pest Control Services, a LinkedIn group, created by June Van Klaveren of Compelling Communications, recently accepted its 1,000th member.
   
“Not all who request membership in this group are accepted and membership is limited to those who working in pest control companies,” said Van Klaveren. 

The group was formed as a vehicle for members to share information about marketing their services and as a forum for those looking for information and problem solving. Members are active and willing to share their successes and failures with the group.

Compelling Communications can be reached at 800/779-0067 or through the web site www.howtomarketpestcontrol.com.
 

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