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Pestguard Commercial Services Participating in Radio Show

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The firm will participate in a weekly radio show for community associations on WSRQ Sarasota talk radio.

| June 25, 2013

SARASOTA, Fla. - Pestguard Commercial Services (PCS) cares about the common-interest communities it serves and will participate in a “Community Matters: Your Association Resource” radio show on WSRQ Sarasota talk radio 106.9 FM and 1220 AM every Saturday from 11 a.m. – noon, the firm announced.

PCS, along with its “Community Matters” partners, will explore and discuss current issues facing community associations. These weekly radio shows will provide helpful and timely information for people who live in and/or manage community associations, PCS said
 
PCS serves the west coast of Florida and provides pest, termite, and fumigation services as well as a full complement of landscape services including grounds maintenance, landscape installation, lawn & shrub care, and irrigation maintenance, repair, and installation. Learn more at pestguardtermite.com.

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