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Bizzy Bees Pest Control of Carrollton, Texas is the most recent company approved for bedbugFREE membership

| April 21, 2011

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J.—Bizzy Bees Pest Control of Carrollton, Texas is the most recent company approved for bedbugFREE membership. Bizzy Bees Pest Control joins an expanding national network pest management firms committed to the guidelines and practices of BedBug Central.

Bizzy Bees Pest Control has serviced the Northern Texas area since 1967 and believes in providing the best pest control service, while educating customers about bed bugs. Errol Cohen, director of Sales and Marketing for Bizzy Bees Pest, says the commitment to being experts on bed bug control and education provided the drive to seek membership in the bedbugFREE network. “We understand the problems and difficulty in correctly treating bed bugs and want to educate our prospects and customers on exactly how this problem can be solved,” said Cohen. “Our association with BedBug Central, a known expert in this field, and joining bedbugFREE asserts our credibility in providing the best application methods and treatment standards in the industry.”

bedbugFREE is a network of “like-minded companies sharing the philosophies of BedBug Central”. All companies undergo a rigorous screening process overseen by research entomologists Rick Cooper and Jeff White. Approved companies are then listed as bedbugFREE on BedBug Central’s website and in turn, receive referrals as part of the bedbugFREE network.
 
“We want our communities to recognize us as being the go-to company for bed bug treatment,” added Cohen. “Being a part of the bedbugFREE network is a credential and an accreditation affiliation that hopefully will put us at the head of the pack and separate us from our competition.”

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