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Trio of New Bedbug Doctor Vehicles Rolled Out

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The new additions include two Ford Transits for the company’s sales inspectors and one Ford Ranger for its technical staff.

| September 23, 2011

PARAMUS, N.J. — Bedbug Doctor has rolled out three new Bedbug Doctor vehicles. Two Ford Transits for the company’s sales inspectors, and one Ford Ranger for its technical staff.  These decaled vehicles are the company’s No.1 source of leads, Bedbug Doctor reports.

Based on the influx of requests pertaining to bed bugs, Bug Doctor Termite & Pest Control introduced a new division that specializes in bed bugs in 2010 that serves the tri-state area.  

Bug Doctor Termite and Pest Control is based out of Paramus, N.J, and provides pest control services in New York and New Jersey.  

For more information visit www.bugdoctorinc.com.

 

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