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Orkin Ranks Top Bed Bug Cities Based on Treatments

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The new list is based on of the number of bed bug treatments Orkin performed from January – April 2011.

| May 26, 2011

ATLANTA — Orkin, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Rollins Inc. is now treating bed bugs in all 50 states. The following cities are ranked in order of the number of bed bug treatments Orkin performed from January – April 2011.
 
1.    Cincinnati

2.    Chicago

3.    Columbus, Ohio

4.    Denver

5.    Detroit

6.    Washington, D.C.

7.    New York

8.    Dayton, Ohio

9.    Philadelphia

10.  Baltimore

11.  Lexington, Ky.

12.  Cleveland/Akron/Canton, Ohio

13.  Las Vegas

14.  Richmond/Petersburg, Va.

15.  Hartford/New Haven, Conn.

16.  Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minn.

17.  Buffalo, N.Y.

18.  Houston

19.  Los Angeles

20.  Boston/Manchester, N.H.

21.  Omaha, Neb.

22.  Indianapolis

23.  Albany/Schenectady/Troy, N.Y.

24.  Cedar Rapids/Waterloo, Iowa

25.  Pittsburgh

 26.  Raleigh/Durham/Fayetteville, N.C.

27.  Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo/Battle Creek, Mich.

28.  San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose, Calif.

29.  Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas

30.  Phoenix/Prescott, Ariz.

31.  New Orleans

32.  Des Moines/Ames, Iowa

33.  Lincoln/Hastings/Kearney, Neb.

34.  Seattle/Tacoma, Wash.

35.  Milwaukee

36.  Charleston/Huntington, W.Va.

37.  Charlotte, N.C.

38.  Louisville, Ky.

39.  San Diego

40.  Norfolk/Portsmouth/Newport News, Va.

41.  Sioux City, Iowa

42.  Tulsa, Okla.

43.  Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

44.  Austin, Texas

45.  Ft. Wayne, Ind.

46.  Colorado Springs/Pueblo, Colo.

47.  Syracuse, N.Y.

48.  Atlanta

49.  Davenport, Iowa/Moline, Ill.

50.  Salt Lake City, Utah
 
 

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