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Donnie Blake on Offering Mosquito Control as an Add-On Service

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Blake, president of OPC Pest Control, Louisville, Ky., discusses his company’s add-on services, including its mosquito control services.

Brad Harbison | May 10, 2013

In the following podcast, Donnie Blake, president of OPC Pest Control, Louisville, Ky., discusses his company’s add-on services, including its mosquito control services.

Blake will be speaking as part of PCT's 'Profit Boosters: Add-On Growth Opportunities' virtual conference, to be held next Wednesday. The one-day conference is filled with speakers who will share insights and offer advice to PCOs for growing their businesses with add on services.

To learn more and to sign up for the conference visit virtualevent.pctonline.com or call PCT’s conference division at 800/456-0707.

 

 

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