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PCT continues adding videos that are of interest to the pest management industry. Recent additions include: TV commercials from Apex Pest Control, Turner Pest Control and Assured Environments; Video blog about Web advertising from Barry Murray; Talkin’ termites with Dennis Judy of Allgood Pest Solutions; Stink bug observations from Dr. Eric Smith; and bed bug interviews with Harold Harlan, Frank Meek and Steve Kells.

| August 8, 2011

PCT continues adding videos that are of interest to the pest management industry. Recent additions include:
•    TV commercials from Turner Pest Control and Assured Environments
•    Video blog about Web advertising from Barry Murray
•    Talkin’ termites with Dennis Judy of Allgood Pest Solutions
•    Stink bug observations from Dr. Eric Smith
•    Bed bug interviews with Harold Harlan, Frank Meek and Steve Kells
These and other videos can be accessed at www.pctonline.com/videos.aspx or the RSS feed can be subscribed to at http://www.pctonline.com/rss-videos.aspx. If you have videos, either company-related, TV commercials or technical videos that you would like to share on PCTOnline, e-mail bharbison@giemedia.com.

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