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J.T. Eaton Debuts Downloads for PMPs

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The pest control forms series includes property inspection, site inspection and rodent infestation.

| March 1, 2011

TWINSBURG, OH — J.T. Eaton & Co. has had a long history of supporting pest management professionals (PMPs), through its many integrated pest management (IPM) tools, informative posters and knowledgeable staff. Now, J.T. Eaton has unveiled three new forms for PMPs to download and use with their customers:

• Property Inspection
• Rodent Infestation
• Site Inspection

Depending on how comfortable they are with customizing the forms, PMPs can simply print them out and use as-is, with their stamp or label logo adhered in the space for contact information; or customize the page with their logo and color scheme.

“We felt this was a great way to make it easier for PMPs, especially smaller firms, to look very professional in the forms they give customers,” says Dale Baker, vice president and third-generation family member for the Twinsburg-based pest management product manufacturer. “It’s available at no cost to professionals, so we hope to see the forms get a lot of use in the industry.”

The forms are available for download at www.JTEaton.com/professional_pco-forms.php.
 

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