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Pest Management Company Donates Bed Bug Services for Holiday Season

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Cooper Pest Solutions donated four different bed bug treatments throughout the month of December.

| December 21, 2011

Cooper Pest Solutions donated four different bed bug treatments throughout the month of December. This donation is part of a national charitable event known as, Taking the Bite Out of the Holidays, which was developed by BedBug Central to provide free bed bug services to those in need. This is the third year for the charity.

Two non-profits and two families were selected to receive the charitable services from Cooper Pest Solutions in the tri-state area. Cooper Pest donated the materials, time and labor needed to help prevent future infestations.
Over 50 candidates applied for the donated services nationally. In total, eight pest management professionals and two bed bug product suppliers donated their time and supplies to 13 candidates across the United States.

 

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