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Assured Environments to Co-Sponsor Earth Day at the Time Warner Center

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During Time Warner’s celebration, the center’s tenants participated in a variety of activities to support green initiatives.

| April 19, 2011

NEW YORK — Assured Environments was a co-sponsor of Earth Day at the Time Warner Center. The event took place on the second floor of the center on Thursday — which happened to be the day prior to the 41st anniversary of Earth Day. During Time Warner’s celebration, the center’s tenants participated in a variety of activities to support green initiatives.

Earth Day at the Time Warner Center was open to the public. All attendees who visited Assured Environments’ booth received a free sample of Cimex Rest Assured.

“Participating in Earth Day complements our green approach to pest management, and we are delighted to support this important initiative,” says Evan Rosenblum, Assured Environments’ director of marketing.

Assured Environments focuses on all areas of pest management, particularly bed bugs, rodents, bird control, chute cleaning, ants, bat removal and fly removal. For more information visit www.assuredenvironments.com.
 

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