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Citarella Appointed to BedBug Chasers Advisory Board

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Citarella is vice president of Bayonne Exterminating and president of RC Consulting.

| August 17, 2011

ORLANDO, Fla. — BedBug Chasers has appointed Ralph Citarella to its Advisory Board of Directors. Citarella will also serve as Head of Entomology for the company and will be involved directly with the company’s thermal treatment awareness program.

Citarella will remain vice president of Bayonne Exterminating and president of RC Consulting. Citarella graduated from The College of New Jersey with continuing education from Purdue University, Rutgers University Office of Continuing Professional Education, the New Jersey Pest Management Association (NJPMA) and National Pest Management Associations (NPMA). 

Citarella has been giving presentations and sitting on professional discussion panels for both NJPMA and NPMA since 2006.  In addition to his speaking engagements, he is an active committee member for NJPMA and currently is the Director of Program and Education Committee as well as Chair of the Internet Committee.

Frank Como, president of BedBug Chasers noted, “We are very pleased to add Ralph to our Board.  He brings a tremendous amount of knowledge and experience being third generation in the pest control industry. He has seen the future in green - chemical free pest control with our Bedbug Chaser heater that is manufactured by Avtron.  He also understands that our rental program brings affordable state of art technology and services to smaller pest control companies at prices they can now afford, making them able to compete on a level they had not been able to previously.”

For  more information on BedBug Chasers visit www.BedBugChaser.com.

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