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NPMA Talks About Summer Pests on ABC's ‘The Revolution’

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NPMA's Missy Henriksen shared advice on what homeowners should do to protect their families from the dangers of pests such as ticks, bed bugs, and mosquitoes.

| May 16, 2012

The May 14th episode of ABC's ‘The Revolution’ included a lengthy segment on the health issues of various pests including ticks, bed bugs, and mosquitoes. NPMA Vice President of Public Affairs Missy Henriksen shared advice on what homeowners should do to protect their families from the dangers of these problematic pests including contacting professionals for treatment. Click here to see an excerpt from this episode. This show is yet another way, NPMA, through the work of the Professional Pest Management Alliance (PPMA) is educating the public about the industry.

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