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Two More Companies Achieve BedBugFREE Status

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A-Pro Pest Control and Gene’s Pest Control are the most recent bedbugFREE-approved companies.

| March 3, 2010

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J.—A-Pro Pest Control, Cambell, Calif., and Gene’s Pest Control, Marietta, Ga., are the most recent bedbugFREE-approved companies. These firms are now part of the the national network pest management firms committed to the guidelines and practices of Bed Bug Central.

A-Pro has serviced the San Francisco Bay Area since 1985, specializing in low-impact and environmentally sensitive applications. A-Pro became bedbugFREE members and attended Bed Bug University to ensure their treatment protocols were as comprehensive as possible.

“We are now in a position to provide our customers with a long-term action plan that will prevent their properties from becoming infested with bed bugs,” said Chuck Payton, co-owner of A-Pro. “In addition we now have the proper documentation if litigation is ever needed.”

Gene’s Pest Control is a family owned and operated company that has served the Metro Atlanta Area for more than 17 years. The company’s service professionals pride themselves on educating the customer in addition to resolving their pest issue. Gene’s Pest became bedbugFREE members to have a premiere bed bug management program that was recognized by non-affiliated bed bug experts.

“We decided to become bedbugFREE because we wanted a bed bug program that was comprehensive and worked,” said Hal Payne of Gene’s Pest. “We knew that our program had to be the best and give the customers what the wanted – a bed bug free home or business.”

For more information about bedbugFREE visit: http://www.bedbugcentral.com
 

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