Tag: Scherzinger

Scherzinger-Sentricon

Web Exclusive: Sentricon Deader Than Dead, behind the scenes

May 21, 2018 By
Editor’s Note: In our May issue, our Photo Finish (p. 100) highlights the first day of what happened when Cincinnati, Ohio-based Scherzinger Pest Control hosted the Sentricon Deader Than Dead Tour. Here, Eric Scherzinger, VP of sales and marketing, picks... Read more»
April QOTM mosquito

Web Exclusive: True mosquito risk

April 30, 2018 By
On p. 12 of the April issue, you’ll see great responses to our question of the month from Frank Meek, Eric Scherzinger and Pete Schopen. But here’s what other PMP Magazine contributors suggest as a good way to convey the... Read more»
Professional technician

Web Exclusive: Professionalism counts

March 28, 2018 By
On p. 14 of the March issue, you’ll see great responses to our question of the month from Dr. Austin Frishman, Dr. Doug Mampe and Pete Schopen. But here’s what other PMP contributors had to say about why it’s important for service technicians to look... Read more»
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1217 QOTM

What’s the worst piece of industry advice you received?

December 11, 2017 By
On p. 10 of our December issue, you’ll see great responses from Dr. Austin Frishman, Frank Meek and Kurt Scherzinger. But two more of our contributors weighed in on the topic of “What’s the worst piece of advice you received... Read more»
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Kurt Scherzinger

Kurt Scherzinger elected OPMA president

December 8, 2017 By
On Dec. 7, Kurt Scherzinger, vice president of operations for Cincinnati, Ohio-based Scherzinger Pest Control and a Pest Management Professional (PMP) columnist, was elected president of the Ohio Pest Management Association (OPMA) at the group’s Winter Meeting. Scherzinger will serve a two-year... Read more»
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Frishman cow

What’s the best piece of industry advice you received?

November 2, 2017 By
On p. 10 of our November issue, you’ll see great responses from Dr. Austin Frishman, Paul Hardy and Dr. Doug Mampe. But several more of our columnists weighed in on the topic of “What’s the best piece of advice you received when you... Read more»
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Overton Armadillo

What is a good add-on service for PMPs?

September 27, 2017 By
On p. 10 of our October issue, you’ll see great responses from Dan Gordon, Eric Scherzinger, Mark “Shep” Sheperdigian and Dr. Stephen Vantassel. But several more of our columnists weighed in on the topic. Not only is residential duct cleaning... Read more»
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cucumber slices

Web Exclusive: DIY pest control run amok

August 30, 2017 By
In our September issue’s Question of the Month (p. 14), PMP contributors Dr. Austin Frishman, Frank Meek and Pete Schopen weigh in on the most outlandish pest home remedies they’ve heard. But several of our other contributors had crazy stories... Read more»
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Magnifying glass

Web Exclusive: Which pest is most often misidentified?

June 12, 2017 By
The June issue’s Question of the Month (p. 14) features responses from Paul Hardy, Ray Johnson and Mark “Shep” Sheperdigian, but several other PMP contributors weighed in (and so did Shep, for a second time!): Dr. Jim Fredericks: The most... Read more»
procrastination

Web Exclusive: Customer Cooperation, Take II

May 17, 2017 By
We recently asked all of our contributors, What’s the best way to convince a customer to cooperate with you? While the responses from Dr. Austin Frishman, Frank Meek and Stuart Aust made our May print issue, several other contributors had... Read more»
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