Bayer's ‘Maxforce on a Mission’ Visits Philadelphia

Bayer's ‘Maxforce on a Mission’ Visits Philadelphia

Bayer teamed up with two pest control companies to treat two homes in the north Philadelphia area. The homes are regularly supported by Rebuilding Together Philadelphia, an organization that provides critical home repairs, modifications and improvements for Philly’s low-income homeowners.

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September 23, 2013

Pictured in the white shirts from left to right: Kevin Connally, Area Sales Manager, Professional Pest Management for Bayer Ray Daniels, Marketing Manager, Professional Pest Management for Bayer Eric Lentz (front), Head of Marketing, Professional Pest Management for Bayer Pictured in the green shirts are PMPs from Pest Control Technicians, Inc., in Philadelphia: Standing is Richard Lobiondo, operations manager, and kneeling is Joe Silvestrini, president Pictured in the blue shirts on the far right are PMPs from Moyer Indoor Outdoor in Philadelphia: On the left is Jim Nase, service manager, and the right is F. Andrew Wedman, technician

PHILADELPHIA  - Bayer teamed up with two pest control companies on Sept. 13, to treat two homes in the north Philadelphia area. The homes are regularly supported by Rebuilding Together Philadelphia, an organization that provides critical home repairs, modifications and improvements for Philly’s low-income homeowners.

As part of the mission in Philadelphia, pest management professionals (PMPs) from the following companies used their skills and expertise to provide complementary pest control services to help improve the livelihoods of homeowners in an underserved community:
•    Jim Nase, Service Manager, Moyer Indoor Outdoor
•    Joe Silvestrini, President, Pest Control Technicians

“We are so grateful for the opportunity to have partnered with Moyer, Pest Control Technicians and Rebuilding Together Philadelphia for this treatment to truly provide the homeowners with the care and service they needed,” said Ray Daniels, Product Marketing Manager for Bayer’s Professional Pest Management Business. “Through our work with Maxforce on a Mission, we hope to continue raising public awareness of this societal value of professional pest management.”

To assist the PMPs in their mission, Bayer donated various Maxforce products for the pest control services. An additional event is scheduled to take place in Phoenix in the coming weeks, where local PMPs will participate in a similar community service project.

PMPs and other organizations are encouraged to learn more about Maxforce on a Mission and how to get involved through the campaign website. A larger, more comprehensive update will be shared with the industry at this year’s PestWorld in Phoenix.