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Terminix Announces Partnership with London Luxury

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Initial offerings include a variety of bedding and travel products to shield consumers and their possessions from insects such as bed bugs and fleas.

| September 30, 2013

MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Terminix announced a strategic initiative with London Luxury, a manufacturer of home goods, to develop a line of products to protect consumers against irritating, and sometimes harmful, pests. Initial offerings include a variety of bedding and travel products to shield consumers and their possessions from insects such as bed bugs and fleas.

"From in-home services to do-it-yourself products, Terminix is proud to be a company that can offer consumers comprehensive pest control solutions," said Larry Pruitt, president of Terminix, a business unit of ServiceMaster, one of the world's largest residential service networks. "This alliance with London Luxury gives us yet another compelling way to leverage our expertise while further engaging with ? and growing ? our customer base."

All products will come with a complimentary in-home inspection and evaluation from Terminix as well as tips on how to avoid a bedbug or insect infestation. The products will also include a lifetime guarantee.

In addition to residential and commercial pest control services, Terminix has recently expanded its services to include a variety of retail offerings such as the Terminix ALLCLEAR line of mosquito solutions. The brand alignment with London Luxury allows for an additional sales channel. London Luxury will begin to partner with national retail chains to launch the new Terminix products.

"We are delighted to partner with Terminix, the most trusted name in pest control, to bring to market innovative products and programs that will help protect people and their personal belongings from bedbugs and other insects," said Marc Jason, chief executive officer of London Luxury.

 

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