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Educate Customers with Bed Bug Fact Sheet

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Compelling Communications offers customizable flyer for firms to hand out to customers.

| July 6, 2012

CHESTERFIELD, Mo. – Customer fear upon discovering a bed bug infestation is an ongoing issue, and Compelling Communications is offering a new product to help educate customers.

The company is offering a new fact-sheet that can be personalized with your firm’s name and logo to pass out to your customers.
 
“We’ve created this full-color, high quality flyer to give pest control companies another communication tool they can use to educate their customers,” explains June Van Klaveren, owner of Compelling Communications.  “The flyer can be customized with a company’s logo, phone number and web site and is available in a variety of quantities to meet the needs of even the smallest pest control company. The flyers can be left with a customer after service or mailed before service.”
 
More information and a sample flyer can be found at www.HowToMarketPestControl.com
 

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