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Guardian Pest Solutions Relaunches Website

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The new website features “Ask the Entomologist” with Dr. Hao Yu, the company’s board certified entomologist, as well as access to a client portal.

| June 24, 2011

DULUTH, Minn. — Guardian Pest Solutions, a leading provider of pest solutions throughout Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota announces its brand-new website www.guardian-online.com.

The new website features “Ask the Entomologist” with Dr. Hao Yu, the company’s board certified entomologist, as well as access to a client portal. The new website showcases Guardian’s Commercial, Industrial and Residential Pest solutions and other “Hot Topics”, such as bed bugs.  

For more information visit www.guardian-online.com.

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