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Turner Pest Control Becomes BedBug Free

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Florida-based company gains membership to BedBug Free-approved roster.

| April 9, 2010

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. - Turner Pest Control, Jacksonville, Fla., is the most recent company approved for BedBug Free membership. Turner joins an expanding national network of pest management firms committed to the guidelines and practices of Bed Bug Central.

Established in 1971, Turner Pest Control  is a family-owned business that services Florida and southern Georgia. As one of the Top 100 pest control companies in the United States, Turner Pest has become a BedBug Free member to ensure they continue providing their customers with excellent service.

“We recognize that Richard Cooper and Jeff White are two of the country’s top entomologists in bed bug detection and treatment,” said Kyle Carson of Turner Pest. “Turner is dedicated to the ongoing research of bed bug elimination. With these two entomologists, we can ensure that our company is providing the best possible service to our customers.”

For more information visit www.bedbugcentral.com

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