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12 Days of Christmas — Pest Management Style

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Orkin recently created a song only a PMP would love.

| December 24, 2010

On Orkin’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/orkinpestcontrol), Rollins director, technical services Greg Baumann has recently listed the “12 Days of Christmas” from a pest control perspective.

As we celebrate this holiday season, The PCT Media Group thought our readers would enjoy it as much as we did!

  1. A Pine Sawyer in a Christmas Tree
  2. Two Norway Rats
  3. Three Horse Flies
  4. Four Roaches Running
  5. Five Gold Dust Weevils
  6. Six Skunks a spraying
  7. Seven snakes a swimming
  8. Eight bed bugs biting
  9. Nine possums prancing
  10. Ten thrips a hopping
  11. Eleven crickets chirping
  12. Twelve ants a crawlin’
     

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