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ActiveGuard Now Available Through Pest Control Supplies

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The Riverside, Mo.-based distributor will carry Allergy Technologies ActiveGuard Mattress Liners, the firm announced.

| June 20, 2013

AMBLER, Pa.  – Allergy Technologies announced that its ActiveGuard Mattress Liners will be available through the Riverside, Mo. distributor Pest Control Supplies.

 Pest Control Supplies has been a distributor of commercial, residential and agricultural pest control supplies for more than 100 years. Distribution of ActiveGuard Mattress Liners enhances the company’s portfolio of products, according to John Chaney, vice president of PCS.
 
"ActiveGuard is a product that delivers value, performance and brand recognition to our customers," said Chaney. "PMPs that use ActiveGuard depend on it for fast and long-lasting results and we’re proud to be able to deliver it through our distribution center."
 
Distribution through Pest Control Supplies helps Allergy Technologies continue to reach new growth milestones by providing enhanced availability of ActiveGuard to their PMP customer base, said Joseph Latino, chief operating officer for Allergy Technologies.
 

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