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Bed Bugs and Beyond Expands its Nationwide Provider Network

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The company announced its expanded partnership with various select service providers including professionals that specialize in fumigation, moving and bed bug preparation, K-9 scent detection and treatment of bed bug infestations.

| March 16, 2011

NEW YORK - Bed Bugs and Beyond Consultants announced its expanded partnership with various select service providers including professionals that specialize in fumigation, moving and bed bug preparation, K-9 scent detection and treatment of bed bug infestations.

The New York-based company, which selects pest control professionals according to superior standards in the industry, has made the recent expansion in response to the growing number of bed bug infestations across the nation. By expanding its network, Bed Bugs and Beyond can provide its unique offerings to those in search of bed bug relief. 

"Customers are looking for a single, non-biased point of contact that can offer reputable services to completely eliminate bed bugs," said Michael Batenburg, president and CEO of Bed Bugs and Beyond. "Utilizing our services ensures that customers are only working with reputable providers who have gone through our qualification and screening process and are dedicated to 100 percent elimination of bed bugs and other target pests."

Bed Bugs and Beyond currently works with service providers throughout the northeast and is expanding to other states seeing increased bed bug activity, such as Illinois, Ohio, Wisconsin, Arizona and Indiana, as well as several others. 

 

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