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PPMA Selects Bob Vila to Serve as NPMM Spokesperson

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Vila is PPMA’s celebrity spokesperson for its Satellite Media Tour (SMT) during 2014’s National Pest Management Month.

| February 21, 2014

Bob Vila

Bob Vila has been selected as PPMA’s celebrity spokesperson for its Satellite Media Tour (SMT) during 2014’s National Pest Management Month. Vila is an instantly recognizable figure in home improvement due to the more than thirty years he spent offering remodeling tips and tutorials on a variety of television series including This Old House and Restore America with Bob Vila.

Vila'a participation in the SMT will lend an expert, credible voice to our messaging regarding pest prevention and the importance of hiring a pest professional to combat pest infestations, PPMA reports.
 

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