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Bug Doctor/Bird Doctor Celebrates NFL Playoffs

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The firm recently had ‘Favorite Football Jersey Day’ at the office.

| February 4, 2011

Left to right, front row: Christen Campisi, Tim Periard and Nancy Madrid. Back row: Omar Robinson, an enthusiastic Jets fan.Paramus, N.J. — On Jan. 21, Bug Doctor/Bird Doctor Nationwide celebrated the NFL playoffs by having a ‘Favorite Football Jersey Day’ at the office. The event was catered, and all enjoyed some football-type finger foods. Company officials said the event “made for a fun day at the office as we approached the Super Bowl.”

Visit the firm’s website at www.bugdoctorinc.com.

 

Left to right: Stuart Aust in a Jets jersey; Tim Periard in a Steelers jersey; Toni Corrigan in a Jets jersey; Christen Campisi in a Redskins jersey, and Celeste Hiciano in a Giants jersey.
 

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