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Quik-Kill Pest Eliminators Earns GreenPro Designation

The Streator, Ill.-based company announced its new designation from the National Pest Management Association as GreenPro.

| November 6, 2009

STREATOR, Ill. — Quik-Kill Pest Eliminators announced its new designation from the National Pest Management Association as “GreenPro.” This designation not only reflects Quik-Kill Pest Eliminators exceptional pest management services but more, its commitment to cultivating an environmentally-responsible business.

“Now, more than ever, consumers are seeking pest management methods that not only address their household pest problems but also, address their concerns regarding the protection of the environment,” says President Tim Baietto. “In proactively seeking — and receiving — our GreenPro designation, we are not only responding to the need to be environmentally sensitive but also to the fact that 61% of consumers seek out pest control services they perceive as “green.”*

GreenPro services offered by Quik-Kill Pest Eliminators include:

o          Pest Elimination Services

o          Green Consulting Services

o          Sanitation/Remediation Services

 “As a designated member of GreenPro, we are fully committed to providing customers not only with outstanding services but outstanding green services,” commented Baietto. “We recognize that our customers want to be confident that the services performed in their
 

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