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James is my technician. He is very helpful and professional. Every time we have a problem he explains everything and in terms we can understand. He also gave us his number and when we did call it, he was back the next day, with no problem. I would recommend this company to anyone, as long as they get James as a technician! We are very pleased with him!

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Pest Control trends compared from prior years into 2010. Comparing also searches on roach control, ant control, spider control, and scorpion control.

Pest Control trends compared from prior years into 2010. Comparing also searches on roach control, ant control, spider control, and scorpion control.

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Jon McCain step out on a limb and called attention to some of the new funds going out of the national government for the sake of economic stimulus. A recent report from our local Phoenix Pest Controller debates the value of thisstimulus money when it comes to researching ants. The report says that 3.5 jobs will be supported at the Arizona schools with this near million of taxpayer’s dollars.

Jon McCain step out on a limb and called attention to some of the new funds going out of the national government for the sake of economic stimulus. A recent report from our local Phoenix Pest Controller debates the value of thisstimulus money when it comes to researching ants. The report says that 3.5 jobs will be supported at the Arizona schools with this near million of taxpayer’s dollars. The 3.5 are only jobs in the schools, and it does not account for the workers that will be needed in the field research. Even still, should the state of Arizona get $950,000 to research harvester ants and turtle ants?

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Stimulus to give $950k to AZ Ant Research

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