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Upcoming Webinar: Pest Control Insulation

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TAP Insulation will be presenting a webinar on Sept. 19. Learn what pest control insulation is, why it is a growing service offering and how it can fit into your business model.

| August 6, 2012

Rick Harris

Learn what pest control insulation is, why it is a growing service offering and how it can fit into your business model. Also learn about insulation removal and why it is such a good fit with wildlife as well as rodent service offerings. Rick Harris, a 25-year veteran in the industry who sold TAP for over 10 years for a major PMP will share his experience with this opportunity and give a clear overview of a successful business model that can work for your organization. Click here to register.

Date: September 19, 2012

Time: 2 p.m. (EST)

Title: TAPping into a new revenue stream

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