Posts Tagged ‘Pest Control Operators’

Since launching in 2003, The New York Pest Expo has become one of the most significant events in pest management. The Expo continues to thrive because it is always fresh and energized — a true celebration among friends! As the events of 2020 will not allow us to meet in person this year, Bug Off Pest Control Center has created an online Expo page which will run for the month of November with the theme “We Are Essential.” You’ll find:

An Exhibitor Showcase with instructional videos by major manufacturers;
All-Star Testimonials with messages from notable figures;
Live, in-person Upcoming Training programs; and Blowouts! Major promos, discounts and offers available at Bug Off’s Online Store and Showroom.

Bug Off is already making plans for the next Expo. Until then, be safe, stay strong and “See You Live in 2021!”

EXPERIENCE THE 2020 NEW YORK PEST EXPO

Get the year’s best prices before they’re gone

The 2020 New York Pest Expo Blowout deals are available for the month of November ONLY, and exclusively to registered Bug Off members — while supplies last. Once they’re gone, they’re gone. (But you can sign up to Bug Off’s email list for flash notifications on deals.)

VIEW THE BLOWOUT DEALS

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2014 New York Pest Expo

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During the 2012 New York Pest Expo, Alan Huot presented Adding Wildlife Control to Your Existing Business.  He pointed out that it seems to be a natural progression to any PCO’s operation. Many PCOs receive calls from existing accounts requesting their assistance not knowing whom else to call. Most calls are due to problems with raccoons, squirrels and moles. Other less common calls are due to snakes, bats, and possums.  If you’re not credentialed and well-versed in wildlife control, you’re losing out on an opportunity to diversify your business and help make it grow.

In a recent PCT online article, Humane Urban Wildlife Management: What Does it Really Mean? Sam Bryks highlights two companies in Canada that are providing Wildlife Control and doing it right. Please read the attached article to learn what it is that they are doing and to learn the Humane Urban Wildlife Management Core Standards.

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Please pardon this interruption. We know how exciting it is to read about the outstanding speakers who will be at the 2012 New York Pest Expo and all the industry updates. However, our attendees have been asking to hear a little about this years exhibitors.

They come from far and wide and combined, all our exhibitors offer a vast array of products that help make Pest Control Operators successful, efficient and profitable.

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The following article was posted last week in the New York Times real estate section. We wanted to share it with you because it helps to shed light on our profession and how effective a well trained and educated pest control operator is. We think you’ll appreciate this article and may use it as a reference for your clients who think a home remedy will do the job.

The Pest Parade, and How to Stop It

By SAMANTHA STOREY

Published: May 17, 2012

IT has happened to everyone. You are standing in the kitchen and you see something out of the corner of an eye. Was it a mouse scurrying across the floor, or worse, a cockroach dashing along the counter?

Do you start feeling itchy every time an advertisement for a bedbug removal service comes on television?

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