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Ring in 2011 With Big Savings From the PCT Bookstore

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Various training aids now available at special reduced rates, but time is limited.

| January 10, 2011

Bed bugs continue to be the number one pest control story in the news as we enter 2011. Be armed with knowledge with the Bed Bug Handbook and provide your clients with copies of Your Guide to Bed Bugs, an informational handout that addresses the concerns, control and prevention of bed bug infestations. Click here to buy the handbook and 200 copies of the handout for only $150 (a $235 value).

Also on sale at the PCT Bookstore: Rodent Control by Robert Corrigan (sale price $29) and the PCT Pest Identification CD Library (sale price $100).
 

Top news

ScottsMiracle-Gro Signs Definitive Agreement to Acquire Action Pest Control

The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company announced that its subsidiary EG Systems, Inc., doing business as Scotts LawnService, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the assets of Action Pest Control, Evansville Ind., which ranked 56th on the 2014 PCT Top 100 list, with annual revenues of $11.6 million. The transaction, which is expected to close by January 2015, would mark Scotts’ first acquisition of a structural pest control business.

Rentokil NA Names Morrow Vice President of Sales

William (Bill) Morrow has joined the company's management team as VP of sales.

WCBB Raising Funds to Help Injured Industry Professional

Trade group Wildlife Control Business Builders (WCBB) is raising funds to help ECO Wildlife Solutions' Susan Sims, who suffered serious injuries as a result of a ladder fall.

Study Examines Disease Potential of NYC's Rats

Columbia University researchers spent a year collecting 133 rats in Manhattan. They found that the specimens were carrying food-borne illnesses like salmonella, as well as fever-inducing illnesses.

Extreme Spider Infestation Forces Missouri Family to Relocate

A family was driven from their suburban St. Louis home by thousands of venomous spiders that fell from the ceiling and oozed from the walls.

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