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Pest Barrier Launches Pest Bytes E-newsletter

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The e-newsletter features products and case studies from Pest Barrier, a division of Bird Barrier.

| February 15, 2012

CARSON, Calif. — Pest Barrier, a division of Bird Barrier America, has introduced a bi-weekly e-mail newsletter called Pest Bytes.

Pest Bytes features new pest control products and presents in-the-field case studies showing how these products work and how PMPs are better serving their customers.

 The current issue of Pest Bytes describes how Dave Kaufman, a Critter Control manager, uses Rat-Out gel to deter rats and squirrels. Also included is a story about Doug Dicketts of Cats USA Pest Control, who uses his Termite Seeker to help him find termites and, believe it or not, rats. There is also information about a new drill bit that makes installing Green Eye Termite Monitors a breeze.

To view the current issue of Pest Bytes go to pestbarrier.com/news

 Subscribe to the Pest Bytes by sending an email to marketing@pestbarrier.com. Visit the website at www.pestbarrier.com or call the company at 800-503-5444.

 

 

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