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Jack Myers

I joined Rentokil in June 2014 as a part of the marketing team as an intern in Reading, Pennsylvania. I am going to be a senior at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio as a marketing major. Ironically, I have a fear for pests, so I very much enjoy working for Rentokil. In my college home, I have had run-ins with raccoon's in my basement, bats in my bedroom and numerous rats scurrying about, so I have had some interesting experiences with home pest control! Follow Jack on Google+

The Ultimate Guide To Pest Proofing Your Home

Ultimate Guide to Pest-Proofing Your Home

The Ultimate Guide to Pest Proofing Your Home contains tips and tricks on how you can best prevent pests from entering your home or business.

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Man Attempts DIY Spider Control and Sets His Home on Fire

Man sets house on fire to kill spider

A man sets his house on fire attempting to kill a spider. Ehrlich Pest Control has tips on how to control spiders with integrated pest management.

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History of the Cockroach Trap

Cockroach House Trap

Cockroach traps originated as tin cans coated in Vaseline, but became widely used as cardboard adhesive traps of cockroaches without the use of chemicals.

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Pollinator Awareness and Protection

Pollination Week

Pollinators serve a very large purpose in maintaining our planet and promoting growth in plants and flowers so wee need to raise awareness for them.

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Twitter Reacts To #Pestaurant

Pestaurant Pictures

Rentokil hosted pop-up Pestaurants in 12 different countries on June 4th. deBugged shares the best #pestaurant Tweets from around the world.

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