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Scherzinger's Tony Decker Profiled in Cincinnati Enquirer

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Decker is PCT’s 2013 Residential Technician of the Year.

| January 20, 2014

Tony Decker, PCT’s 2013 Residential Technician of the Year, sponsored by BASF, was profiled in the Cincinnati Enquirer. The Enquirer Q&A with Decker covered a variety of topics including the city’s bed bug problems (Cincinnati has one of the nation’s biggest problems) and his observations from having worked in the pest control industry for 20 years.

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