Coalmarch opens voting for Super Bowl contest

|  November 21, 2019

To celebrate their fourth annual CO2 Conference for pest control and lawn care business leaders, Coalmarch is sending one lucky contest winner and a guest to the 2020 Super Bowl. Now Coalmarch needs your help to choose the winner.

CO2 conference. IMAGE: COALMARCH

IMAGE: COALMARCH

To enter, CO2 attendees were asked to submit original videos promoting their business, in the style of a Super Bowl commercial.

The video that gets the most votes will take home a prize package that includes:

  • Two end zone tickets to the Super Bowl LIV game.
  • Four-night stay at the Biltmore Hotel Miami in Coral Gables, Fla.
  • Hotel golf package.

“Each year, we raise the bar on CO2 in terms of challenging the status quo in the industry,” says CEO Donnie Shelton. “We have leading pest control and lawn care experts who come to share actionable strategies for growing a business in this industry, and to share what has or hasn’t worked in terms of building their teams. We cover some big topics, so this was a fun way to kick off the conference by encouraging our attendees to get creative and competitive.”

The top 10 commercials competing to win were submitted by: Herbi-Systems, Pest-X Exterminating Inc., PCI Pest Control, Natural State Pest Control, American Turf & Tree Care, Epcon Lane, the bugman Termite & Pest Control, Go Green Lawn Services, Got Bugs? Termite and Pest Solutions, and Western Pest Control.

Voting opened Nov. 18, and will close on Dec. 4. A winner will be announced that evening at a reception for attendees, speakers and sponsors. The CO2 Conference takes place in Raleigh, N.C., Dec. 3-6.

See the Top 10 video entries and cast your vote here

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Ellen Kriz

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  1. Kim Brukardt says:

    Vote for Herbi-Systems.