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J.T. Eaton Announces Japan Relief Effort

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The company’s Stanley Z. Baker Foundation will send one free case of Liquid Ant Bait Stations to any pest management professional in exchange for a donation to the Red Cross.

| April 6, 2011

TWINSBURG, OH — Through its charitable arm, the Stanley Z. Baker Foundation, J.T. Eaton & Co. has announced that it will send one free case of #399 J.T. Eaton Presents Dr. Moss Liquid Bait System Perimeter Bait Stations to any pest management professional (PMP) in exchange for a donation on behalf of Japan relief. The PMP just needs to cover freight and make the donation at least $1. Now through April 30, J.T. Eaton will send the case (six stations) to the PMP and donate the proceeds of all the Liquid Ant Bait Stations sales to the Red Cross.

“The need is great for aid in Japan,” says Dale Baker, vice president of J.T. Eaton, representing the third generation of the family-owned company. “Many of us here have donated individually, but we wanted to do something corporately to get the industry at large involved.”

The refillable station’s features include:
• Lightweight plastic in a neutral color
• 8 fl. oz. capacity
• Includes 9-in. outdoor securing stake, service log and special inner tray for liquid, dry or gel bait
• Child-resistant/Tamper-resistant refill cap
• Nine ant entrances to allow many ants to feed simultaneously
• Easy to fill and clean

For more information, visit JTEaton.com.

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