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PermaTreat Helps Raise Money for the Rappahannock United Way

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PermaTreat Pest Control sponsored the Fredericksburg Dog Fair on Oct. 2, and held a flea market on Oct. 9., to raise money for the Rappahannock United Way.

| October 18, 2010

FREDERICKSBURG, Va. — PermaTreat Pest Control sponsored the Fredericksburg Dog Fair on Oct. 2, and held a flea market on Oct. 9., to raise money for the Rappahannock United Way.

The Fredericksburg Dog Fair brought roughly 3,000 people to the city for a day of pet recognition and enjoyment.

On Oct. 9, PermaTreat held its first Flea Market, which included lots of visitors and sales. Proceeds from the space rentals and "grill out" raised $291 for the cause. 

Next year PermaTreat’s goal is to triple that amount.

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