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Allergy Technologies Announces ‘ActiveGuard Challenge’

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Allergy Technologies has launched a new promotion – ‘Take the ActiveGuard Challenge’ – in which pest management professionals will be entered for a chance to win an iPad for each ActiveGuard Mattress Liners purchase in July and August.

| June 22, 2012

AMBLER, Pa. – Allergy Technologies has launched a new promotion – ‘Take the ActiveGuard Challenge’ – in which pest management professionals will be entered for a chance to win an iPad for each ActiveGuard Mattress Liners purchase in July and August.

Allergy Technologies recognizes that time is money for pest management professionals, and has developed this new promotion to encourage more companies to switch their bed bug accounts over to ActiveGuard Mattress Liners and see the impact it can have on their bottom line. For complete contest details and to enter online PMPs should visit the Allergy Technologies’ website.

Joseph Latino, chief operating officer (COO) for Allergy Technologies, said the contest was developed to help PMPs make more money with their bed bug work. “We feel very confident that PMPs will see an immediate impact on their bottom line after switching just one account to ActiveGuard,” he said. “The iPad will, no doubt, be an asset to the lucky winner's business as well.”

Allergy Technologies reports that the company’s field and observational research clearly demonstrates the use of ActiveGuard results in reduced call backs; installation at initial service as only four sizes fit almost every mattress and box spring; quick installation by one technician; no added replacement expense if ripped or torn; and, increased customer confidence.

The winner will be announced on Oct. 1 on the Allergy Technologies’ website and Facebook page and will be notified via email and/or phone. For additional information, call (866) 978-6288 or visit www.allergytechnologies.com. Also, “like” the ActiveGuard Facebook Page and follow Allergy Technologies on Twitter. In addition, sign-up to receive the Allergy Technologies’ monthly eNewsletter.

 


 

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