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Mr. Mister Mosquito Control offers mosquito treatment services, including natural and organic mosquito spraying for outdoor areas.On February 16th, 2022, Mr. Mister Mosquito Control was acquired by Terminix. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Mr. Mister Mosquito Control Headquarter Location

4016 Flowers Rd #400

Atlanta, Georgia, 30360,

United States


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The Bug Master Acquires Preston Pest Control - PCT - Pest Control Technology

Feb 18, 2022

The Bug Master Acquires Preston Pest Control The Preston Pest Control acquisition expands The Bug Master's residential, commercial, and multifamily services to more San Antonio residents and businesses. SAN ANTONIO, Texas – The Bug Master announced the acquisition of Preston Pest Control of San Antonio, Texas. The acquisition marks the second within the last five years for The Bug Master. The Preston Pest Control acquisition expands The Bug Master's residential, commercial, and multifamily services to more San Antonio residents and businesses. "We're looking forward to expanding our footprint into the San Antonio market to deliver the same level of service and quality to homeowners and businesses alike," said Dauphin Ewart, chief executive officer, The Bug Master. Terminix Acquires Mr. Mister Mosquito Control Since its founding in 2013, Mr. Mister has provided mosquito control services to residential and commercial customers in Georgia. MEMPHIS - Terminix has acquired Mr. Mister Mosquito Control. The deal was announced The Potomac Company , which represented Mr. Mister Mosquito Control during the transaction. Mr. Mister services 33 cities in North Georgia with an 85% customer retention rate. Since its founding in 2013, Mr. Mister has provided mosquito control services to residential and commercial customers in Georgia. Mr. Mister provides options for their customers: 21-day-residual mosquito fogging and their automated misting service. Though mosquito season runs just eight months of the year, Mr. Mister and its 60+ employees work seven days a week with a 24-hour callback rate to ensure the hot, humid months are mosquito-free for their customers. Co-founder Matt Brill is a Georgia native. Soon after earning his MBA at Georgia State University, Brill earned a senior managing director position in 2006. Less than a decade later, Brill co-founded Mr. Mister and became its chief sales and marketing officer. Brill’s background in sales and service has allowed Mr. Mister to grow with almost 6,000 loyal customers. As Brill stated in episode 62 of The Boardroom Buzz , “We feel that we’re a service company that offers mosquito control.” Ryan Claterbaugh, co-founder and COO of Mr. Mister, joined the pest control industry soon before co-founding Mr. Mister. Today, he works directly with the executive management team overseeing operations and quality assurance. Mr. Mister was advised by Paul Giannamore and Franco Villanueva-Meyer of The Potomac Company throughout this transaction. The transaction closed in 2021, terms were not disclosed  SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif. – Target Specialty Products announced the next Business Growth Webinar Series, “From ‘the’ Blue List to Blue Skies. Federal and State Requirements for the Use of Unmanned Aircraft in Public Agencies” will debut on Feb. 17 for vector control professionals. Click here to register. This webinar will review the current FAA rules and regulations for piloting and operating an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) in public agency operations as well as create clarity on the Department of Defense (DoD) Blue sUAS list, recently adopted by the State of Florida. Additionally, we will have a guest* discuss how their public health agency is able to operate in military airspace. Click here to register for the webinar. The speaker will be Bill Reynolds, the recipient of the first FAA authorized 333 Exemption combined with an FAA Part 137 Certificate for the use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for aerial imagery and aerial applications over agricultural products. Reynolds provides tremendous knowledge and experience with safety as a priority - having treated tens of thousands of acres with the PrecisionVision UAS aerial application systems. At Leading Edge Aerial Technologies, Bill and his team have utilized UAS for vector control larviciding and adulticiding, noxious weed, fire ant bait, algicides, fungicide, insecticides, seeding, and numerous other applications. “We are excited to provide insight into this distinct market and need. With the demand for drones becoming more prominent, Target Specialty products along with Leading Edge Aerial Technologies is ready to provide you with all of the essential guidance to safely and effectively implement these tools,” said David Helt, President at Target Specialty Products. The webinar takes place Feb 17, 10:30am PST / 1:30pm EST. Attendees are invited to ask questions at the conclusion of the webinar. Click here to register. VALLEY VIEW, Ohio – BJ Holloway, owner of Karma Pest Solutions , Rapid City, S.D., is the winner of PCT’s 20th annual Best Pest Photo Contest. Holloway won this year’s competition with his photo of praying mantis atop of an orange traffic cone. BJ Holloway Holloway said he “just happened to come across” the praying mantis when he was servicing a rodent bait station behind a restaurant. That the insect was able to still on the cone with his truck (logo showing) in the backyard “made it look like the photographer had set up a photoshoot” said one of PCT’s judges. Another of the judges noted, “the photo was framed nicely with the insect atop the cone and the somewhat blurred truck logo.”   Holloway said he encounters a fair amount of praying mantises in his service area (Rapid City, S.D. and surrounding areas) and he tries not to harm them as they are beneficial insects. Like many PCOs, Holloway is not a professional photographer, but he keeps his iPhone handy and has been able to capture some nice photos, many of which he will post on Facebook. He’s owned Karma Pest Solutions the last five years. Prior to that he ran a commercial route for a pest control company and his previous occupations include working for Lowe’s. Holloway said Karma Pest Solutions has a nice mix of commercial and residential business and he does a good bit of wildlife control work as well. “The best part of the job is that you get to be a hero,” he said. “I love being able to help a customer who is calling in a panic over bats in the house, or a snake in the basement, or just has a phobia of bugs.”   Holloway wins $500 from PCT. Look for a slideshow of the 10 finalist photos from this year’s contest. RALEIGH, N.C. — The North Carolina Pest Management Association (NCPMA) will host its Premier Technician Courses, March 9 – 10, at the North Carolina State University Training Facility in Raleigh. The NCPMA Premier Technician Program is designed for pest management professionals who are committed to the field and strive to be experts in the industry. The Premier Technician program offers a continuous series of courses that will elevate understanding of pest infestations from discovery to treatment, NCPMA reports. The Premier Technician designation will be awarded to industry professionals who complete eight or more courses. Topics include the following: March 9 -- Bed Bugs: Everything About Bed Bugs from A to Z (earn 7 CCU credits) Featuring Dini Miller, Ph.D. (Urban Pest Management Specialist, Virginia Tech) March 10 -- Occasional Invaders: What Are They & What To Do? (earn 7 CCU credits) Featuring Marie Horner, ACE (Arrow Exterminators) Registration can be found on the NCPMA website at .

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