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Michael Weisburger Launches Planet PCO

Planet PCO provides custom-tailored insurance programs and insurance products for pest management professionals.

| November 9, 2009

Michael A. Weisburger announced the launch of Planet PCO, a company that provides custom-tailored insurance programs and insurance products for pest management professionals.

Weisburger, a “household” name to pest control operators, has crafted an exclusive insurance program specifically designed for the pest management industry.

With an undying dedication to it’s customers needs and being fully respectful of the fact that time is money, Planet PCO  is committed  to making business with pest management professionals cost efficient, virtually paperless and quite simply, easy.

Planet PCO is combining state-of-the-art technology and superior customer service. Weisburger says, “We’re looking to take a huge leap forward in the way people do business.” 

Weisburger is a fourth-generation provider of insurance products for pest control operators.  Following in his great grandfather’s footsteps, Weisburger still and always will, seek out direct input so that Planet PCO never loses touch with what its customers needs and wants are. “We want to make sure we get it right and deliver the services that the pest control industry is asking for, not the services we only think they want,” says Weisburger.

Planet PCO constantly seeks input directly from pest management professionals and their insurance agents via its Web site www.planetpco.com.  An anonymous survey allows pest management professionals tot convey not only their coverage needs but also their service wants, as well as other suggestions. The partners at Planet PCO are highly trained and educated insurance specialists with a dedication to the pest management professional.

For additional information, contact Michael A. Weisburger or visit www.planetpco.com.
 

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