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Wisconsin PCO Wins Trip to PestWorld 2014

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Brenda Hardy, co-owner of Pest 2 Rest Pest, won the prize as part of a radio promotion. She was recognized for her commitment to helping fellow Milwaukee area residents.

| May 8, 2014

MILWAUKEE, Wis. — Brenda Hardy, co-owner of Pest 2 Rest Pest Control, won the “Thursday Morning Mom” from Tom Joyner of the National Syndicated Show "The Tom Joyner Show.”

Hardy is being recognized for her commitment of helping the people in Milwaukee by offering free bed bug training by her company Pest 2 Rest Pest Control.

Brenda Hardy says, "Our company, Pest 2 Rest Pest Control, is committed to helping people in Milwaukee by offering these free trainings. It's a honor to receive the award from ‘The Tom Joyner Show.’ I take great pride in my company, Pest 2 Rest Pest Control, and what we are doing in the community.”

Hardy is a member of the Wisconsin Pest Association and the National Pest Management Association. “I look forward to representing NPMA and WPA at PestWorld 2014 in Orlando, Fla., and with that being said, ‘I’m going to Disney World!”

 

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