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Compelling Communications Celebrates 15 years in Business

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Owner June Van Klaveren established the company to help pest control companies be more effective in their marketing efforts.

| February 8, 2012

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Compelling Communications celebrates 15 years in business in 2012. Compelling Communications’ owner, June Van Klaveren, established the company to help pest control companies be more effective in their marketing efforts. As the former manager of communications for Whitmire Micro-Gen Research Labs, Van Klaveren became intimately familiar with the marketing challenges pest control companies face and decided to focus primarily on that market when she started the business in 1997.

“I love the pest control industry and have a passion for helping pest control company owners grow their businesses through innovative and dynamic marketing strategies and materials,” explains June.

Client, Mark Stevens, V.P. of All Pro Pest Services in Marietta, Ga., explains, “After 40 years in business, we decided it was time to completely rebrand our company. Compelling Communications was one of the first we thought of and was instrumental in creating the image and materials we needed to complete the rebranding process. We were able to stay within budget and the end result was fantastic.”

The company creates marketing materials and strategies such as websites, direct mail campaigns, newsletters, logos, flyers and other marketing materials. Van Klaveren is a frequent speaker on association programs on topics of customer service and marketing for pest control companies.  She can be reached at 800/779-0067 or by emailing June@compelcom.com. Visit the web site www.howtomarketpestcontrol.com for more information.

 

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