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Bug Doctor Celebrates 20th Anniversary

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The Paramus, N.J.-based company opened its doors in January 1992.

| February 8, 2012

 Bug Doctor Termite & Pest Control/Bird Doctor Nationwide celebrated the holiday season as well as its 20th anniversary at Yankee Stadium in the Delta Luxury Suite.

PARAMUS, N.J. — On Dec. 21, Bug Doctor Termite & Pest Control/Bird Doctor Nationwide celebrated the holiday season as well as its 20th anniversary at Yankee Stadium in the Delta Luxury Suite.

 Bug Doctor employees and vendors came together with their guests for the celebration. On Jan. 28, 1992 Bug Doctor Termite & Pest Control opened its doors and began business. Within a year’s time, with hard work and an exuberant amount of personal marketing, Bug Doctor Termite and Pest Control was able to obtain two commercial routes.

In 1996 Bird Doctor was born, in 2002 Mosquito Doctor came into existence, in 2006 Animal Doctor became a reality, and in 2010 Bedbug Doctor was created.

Since establishment in 1992, Bug Doctor Termite and Pest Control has grown into a multi-million dollar company, servicing Yankee Stadium for both pest and bird control, along with numerous other Fortune 500 companies. In 2009 Bug Doctor’s division, Bird Doctor, went nationwide, and now services commercial accounts all over the United States.

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