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Compelling Communications Creates Seasonal Door Hanger Designs

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There are five designs, one for each season, plus a “Sorry We’ve Missed You” card and each is designed in bold, eye-catching colors.

| August 3, 2010

ST. LOUIS, Mo – Compelling Communications announces a series of seasonal door hangers to enable pest control companies to more effectively market their services. There are five designs, one for each season plus a “Sorry We’ve Missed You” card and each is designed in bold, eye-catching colors. The affordable, oversized door hangers are guaranteed to be noticed and can be easily attached to door knobs by technicians as they cloverleaf around the homes they’ve serviced.

 

“While there are several door hanger options available to pest control companies, our new designs are different and we’ll customize them with a company’s logo, phone number and web site for free,” said June Van Klaveren, owner of Compelling Communications. “Clover-leafing with door hangers has long been a successful marketing practice in the pest control industry. We’re pleased to make available five eye-catching designs, guaranteed to make your phone ring if circulated per our recommendations”

To see examples and learn more go to:  http://www.compelcom.com/DoorHangers/Index.htm
or call 800/779-0067.

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