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B Communications Expands Practice to Pest Management Industry

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Industry veteran Jeff Fenner to lead pest management practice.

| January 3, 2011

Cleveland, Ohio — B Communications, an integrated communications consulting practice, is expanding its service offerings to the professional pest management industry. B Communications offers turn-key, no-hassle integrated communications solutions for pest management, golf course management, landscape contractors and lawn care professionals seeking unique and effective customer-driven communications.

Leading B Communications’ pest management business development is veteran industry journalist and marketer Jeff Fenner. Fenner has 15 years of industry experience working as an editor on Pest Control Technology and Service Technician magazines, and heading PCT’s conference and seminar efforts.

B Communications offers its clients an array of B2B and B2C services designed to heighten brand awareness with current and potential customers, organize and streamline internal communications efforts, and drive sales. Among the services offered are:

  • Website and eNewsletter content and design consulting
  • Social media management
  • Development of marketing and sales collateral
  • Video and Podcast development
  • Press releases
  • Strategic marketing/communications planning
  • Media training

For more information on our services and how they can assist you, contact Jeff Fenner at jfenner@oh.rr.com or 440/525-1840.
 

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