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The Jacksonville, Fla.-based company has released new TV spots to help the company brand its bed bug and cockroach control services.

| July 12, 2011

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Turner Pest Control, Jacksonville, Fla. recently launched a new ad campaign featuring TV commercials to help the company brand its bed bug and cockroach control services.

Despite being “dead serious” about killing bugs, Turner Pest Control and the ad’s creators, CSE, found humor in creating its newest TV ads.

“For our brand to stand out, we needed an unexpected creative approach. Smart and professional, but different for the category,” said Mark Slater, CEO Turner Pest Control

In addition to the TV spots, the ad campaign also includes outdoor advertising to drive awareness for the Jacksonville-based company. CSE teamed with Sky-labb and Safrosky to create and execute the campaign.

Turner Pest Control’s “Itty Bitty” Commercial

Turner Pest Control’s Bed Bug Commercial

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