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Nominate Your Company to Become a Nisus Green Pest Management All-Star

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Nisus will feature pest control companies that share its commitment to Green Pest Management principles in a national ad campaign launched this spring.

| February 11, 2011

ROCKFORD, TENN. – Nisus Corporation, a leading provider of environmentally sensitive pest control products, will feature pest control companies that share its commitment to Green Pest Management principles in a national ad campaign launched this spring.

Each month, from March through December, one company will be selected to represent the industry as a “Nisus Green Pest Management All-Star.” The ads will appear in PCT magazine, an industry trade magazine distributed to more than 21,000 pest management professionals throughout North America.

“An effective Green Pest Management® program – which includes inspection, removal of food and harborage, exclusion, the judicious use of pesticides, and monitoring – requires the knowledge and skill of qualified pest management professionals,” said Kevin Kirkland, president, Nisus Corporation. “It’s an important service and growth segment for our industry and we want to recognize PMPs that share our passion for providing green pest management solutions.”

To nominate your company as a Green Pest Management All-Star, download the Nomination Form and fax it back to (330) 659-0823.

Founded in 1990, Nisus Corporation offers a comprehensive portfolio of environmentally friendly products for the professional pest management industry including Bora-Care, Bora-Care Commercial, Jecta, Tim-bor, Mold-Care, Mold-Clean, Niban Granular Bait, Niban-FG, Nibor-D, Bac-Azap, Terro-PCO, Nisus DSV, EcoClear, Snake Out, Triple-Shot Bait Stations, Fireback Aerosols, ProFoam Platinum and Termistop. To learn more about Nisus’ Green Pest Management Solutions, visit www.nisuscorp.com.
 

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