SOURCE: Arizona Pest Squad
PHOENIX, AZ--(Marketwire - Aug 26, 2012) - Arizona Pest Squad has teamed with the powerhouses of the internet, Google, the number one internet search company, and Yelp, Bing and Apple's marketing partner. Arizona Pest Squad was recently featured on 3TV News and azfamily.com releasing a family of seven diamondback rattlesnakes they rescued from a client's yard in north Scottsdale after the monsoons. They are one of the only pest control companies in the Valley with an Arizona Game and Fish license to humanly relocate snakes and reptiles.
"We teamed with the biggest players in internet marketing, Google and Yelp, to help us get our message of quality and affordable pest control out to future customers," says David Marshall, CEO of Arizona Pest Squad. "Visit www.arizonapestsquad.com to schedule a quality service online to exterminate desert pests such as ants, crickets, scorpions, spiders and cockroaches. We handle harder pests such as bed bugs, bees and wasps and all rodents offering alternatives to the high-priced approaches of other companies."
Arizona Pest Squad is a family owned and operated business headed by CEO David Marshall, who brings his wealth of marketing and sales success in Chicago, New York City and Los Angeles to the Valley. He is joined by successful business executive, CFO Amy Bobbitt, and licensed Lead Technician Theron Bobbitt, who brings over 7 years of exterminating experience, many hours of on the job and classroom training and a passion for pest control to your home or business. He previously worked in the restaurant industry and is American Institute of Baking certified, bringing his knowledge of kitchen management to Arizona Pest Squad's many restaurant clients. Theron volunteered in the snake and reptile house at the famous Columbus Zoo, then headed by Jack Hanna.
Arizona Pest Squad, formerly Arizona Pest Patrol, is proud members of the Tempe Chamber of Commerce, the National Pest Management Association, Inc. International; the Arizona Pest Professional Organization; the Tempe and Apache Junction Chambers of Commerce and the Arizona Multihousing Association. They hold multiple certificates of recognition for their support of Integrated Pest Management, an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to controlling all desert pests.
Arizona Department of Agriculture, Office of Pest Management LIC# 9026
Arizona Game and Fish Department LIC# SP550152CLS