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Pinto & Associates Publishes The Business of Termite Control: How to Profit in Today's Changing Market

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Two of the pest control industry's leading experts, Larry Pinto and Dr. Doug Mampe, offer a comprehensive overview of how to successfully run a termite control business — in good times and bad.

| February 8, 2011

MECHANICSVILLE, Md. — Pinto & Associates, publishers of the Bed Bug Handbook, the Pest Control Technician Safety Manual and Techletter, announce a newly published book The Business of Termite Control: How to Profit in Today's Changing Market.

 The Business of Termite Control takes a look at the business side of controlling termites. Two of the pest control industry's leading experts, Larry Pinto and Dr. Doug Mampe, offer a comprehensive overview of how to successfully run a termite control business — in good times and bad. The book answers important questions for those already doing termite work such as: Am I missing critical business opportunities with my current services? Should I change my current marketing strategy? Are there emerging market niches I should explore? For those thinking of starting a termite control business, The Business of Termite Control answers questions such as: Can I compete with existing companies? What materials and equipment will I need? How do I price my work?

The Business of Termite Control is timely, essential reading for anyone doing termite work in these uncertain times. The Business of Termite Control: How to Profit in Today's Changing Market is 230 pages, softcover, illustrated, and is available for $72 including shipping and handling within the U.S. Order at www.Techletter.com or phone 301/884-3020. Multiple copy and international pricing, and the Table of Contents also available at Techletter.com. For a limited time, PMPs can save during a prepublication sale. Order before March 15 and receive the book for only $62, including shipping and handling (U.S. only). The book will ship in March.

The book also can be ordered from the PCT store at http://www.pctonline.com/business_of_termite_control_pinto.aspx.

 

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