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  • Wed May 24 2017

    Bug Out Service Hires Regional Vice President, Branch Manager

    PHOTO: Brian Dworetsky will serve as the new regional vice president of Bug Out Service for the Ocala branch. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Bug Out Service, a leader in termite control, pest control and lawn care services, has hired Brian Dworetsky ...

  • Wed May 24 2017

    Arrow Exterminators Announces New Training Academy

    Atlanta, Ga.– Atlanta-based Arrow Exterminators is proud to announce the success of the new Service Professional Training Academy, a six-week program aimed at training and hiring superior new service professionals. The Academy just celebrated...

  • Wed May 24 2017

    Survey: ESA Gauging Interest in a Public Health Certification Program

    The Entomological Society of America (ESA) is the largest insect science organization in the world. Established in 1889 and with over 6,000 members in 80+ countries, the Society supports two primary certification programs for professionals wh...

  • Wed May 24 2017

    PPMA Announces Bed Bug Awareness Week

    FAIRFAX, Va. – Mattresses, shoes, suitcases and boxes are just a few of the places where bed bugs like to hide. With peak vacation season almost here, the Professional Pest Management Alliance (PPMA), which serves as the public outreach arm o...

  • Wed May 24 2017

    Harvey Logan, Longtime EVP of PCOC, Passes Away

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Harvey Logan, longtime executive vice president of the Pest Control Operators of California, died on May 18. Logan began his role as EVP in 1983 at PCOC, which was then located in Los Angeles. He was instrumental in the...

  • Wed May 24 2017

    Alec Baldwin Discusses His Experience With Lyme Disease

    PORTOLA VALLEY, Ca. - Alec Baldwin, the 30 Rock and Saturday Night Live actor known for his Donald Trump impressions, revealed details about his struggle with Lyme disease for 17 years, MSN reports. Baldwin said he acquired the tick-borne i...

  • Wed May 24 2017

    NYPMA Elects New Officers for 2017-18

    ALBANY, N.Y. - Joel Nolasco became president of New York Pest Management Association on May 12 at its installation dinner dance. Nolasco is co-owner of NuBorn Pest Control in Mamaroneck, N.Y. Prior to becoming president Nolasco served as vice...

  • Wed May 24 2017

    Dodger, Killingsworth’s Bug-Sniffing K9 Fondly Remembered

    CHARLOTTE, NC - Killingsworth Home Services said goodbye to Dodger, one of its original bed bug-sniffing K9s, as he passed away on May 17. Born in Dec. 2005, Dodger was brought on board as a Killingsworth service dog by Mike Rogers in 2012, j...

  • Wed May 24 2017

    Harvey Massey Recognized as a CEO Of the Year

    ORLANDO, Fla— Massey Services Chairman and CEO, Harvey L. Massey, was among the 22 CEO of the Year honorees as announced by the Orlando Business Journal (OBJ). The CEO of the Year honorees are the highest-level executives at some of Central F...

  • Wed May 24 2017

    Brothers Bike 3,500-Mile Trip Launched Today in Seattle

    SEATTLE — The three Jenkins brothers, owners of ABC pest control companies in Texas, launched their cross-country bike ride today in Seattle. The journey ends 3,500 miles later in New York. Bobby, Raleigh and Dennis Jenkins, are embarking o...

  • Sat May 20 2017

    In Memoriam: Greg Campbell

    LA PORTE, Ind. — The pest control industry mourns the loss of Greg Campbell, owner of Hatfield Pest Control, La Porte, Ind., and longtime chair of the Purdue Planning Committee. Campbell passed away on May 13 at his home. A Purdue Universit...

  • Sat May 20 2017

    Arguments Heard in Montgomery County Lawn Care Ban Case

    WASHINGTON — RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment) along with six local businesses and seven residents, presented oral arguments today in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland, asking the court to declare the law ban...

  • Thu May 18 2017

    Pestmaster Expands Internationally to Lebanon

    RENO, Calif. — Jeff Van Diepen, president and CEO of Pestmaster Services announced the company’s first international franchisee, located in the Republic of Lebanon. Van Diepen is excited about this new development, which he described as an ...

  • Thu May 18 2017

    NPMA P3 Steering Committee Continues Dialogue on Future of Industry

    FAIRFAX, Va. — Last week, 20 industry leaders met to discuss current and future trends, their impact on the pest management industry, and how NPMA can proactively respond to the industry’s emerging needs. “Strategic planning and goal settin...

  • Thu May 18 2017

    BedBug Central Announces Results from New Bed Bug Survey

    Editor's note: BedBug Central has been busy surveying the pest control industry about bed bug activity, and the company will be sending out another survey about April activity later this week. In advance of this survey, BedBug Central provide...

  • Thu May 18 2017

    UF Study: ‘Pretty’ Termites do the Most Damage

    GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- Termites may be “pretty” in the eyes of a scientist, but don’t let good looks fool you: The prettier termites are more destructive than their uglier counterparts, a University of Florida researcher says. Scientists who...

  • Thu May 18 2017

    MSU Researchers Continue to Study, Monitor Tawny Crazy Ants

    (Photo: Worker ants with brood in Hancock County. Photo: Blake Layton) STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State University researchers are continuing to study a “crazy” creature found in Mississippi’s coastal counties. The tawny crazy ant, als...

  • Thu May 18 2017

    Kness Adds Key Team Members, Expands Capabilities

    ALBIA, Iowa — Kness announces expansion of its team and manufacturing capabilities. Due to the rise in customer orders and to prepare for future growth, Kness hired James Hayward as Eastern USA Retail Sales Manager and Nick Fugate as Intern...

  • Thu May 18 2017

    Pest Pro Academy Marks First-Year Anniversary

    Pest Pro Academy, the online training program for technicians owned by Tom Wright, just marked its first full year providing interactive, self-paced, verifiable online training to pest management companies. For 2017 they have updated their ex...

  • Thu May 18 2017

    Scherzinger Rescues Colonial Era Cabin From Termites With The Sentricon System

    INDIANAPOLIS — When termites were discovered in one of Ohio’s oldest surviving log cabins, Scherzinger Pest Control in Cincinnati, Ohio, stepped in to give the local Anderson Township Historical Society a professional helping hand. On April 1...