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Temprid 'Save the Day' Contest Winner Announced

Bayer announced Robert Dunlap, owner of No-Bugs Pest Management, Monroe, Ohio, as the winner of its Temprid ‘Save the Day’ Contest.

| February 13, 2013

Bayer announced Robert Dunlap, owner of No-Bugs Pest Management, Monroe, Ohio as the winner of its Temprid ‘Save the Day’ Contest.

Last summer, Bayer called upon PMPs to share triumphant stories of instances when they 'saved the day' by tackling a pest problem using Temprid SC Insecticide. Following several months of online voting by PMPs across the country, Dunlap was declared the winner and recipient of free Temprid and an all-expense paid trip for four to Las Vegas.

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