‘Bed Bug Authority’ relaunches in time for celebratory week
June 7, 2021
June 7, 2021
The Ambler, Pa.-based manufacturer of ActiveGuard Mattress Liners, Allergy Technologies, is celebrating Bed Bug Awareness Week (June 6-13) with the relaunch of “The Bed Bug Authority.” This quarterly newsletter is designed to help pest management professionals (PMPs) grow their businesses with “a focus on effectively and sustainably making bed bug prevention a reality,” according to a news release.
“Awareness is necessary, but prevention is the true solution for bed bugs,” President Joseph Latino said in the news release. Latino was featured on a national radio media tour last week discussing the company’s successful launch of the Allergy Technologies Affordable Housing Control and Prevention Program for Bed Bugs (ATAHC).
“2021 is poised to be a year of growth for pest control as businesses slowly recover across the country,” he said. “We are committed to providing the industry with resources to help PMPs succeed in expanding their bed bug service offering portfolio and growing their bottom lines.”
ActiveGuard Mattress Liners is a proactive product, registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and labeled to prevent bed bug infestations for two years. In hotel use for years, ActiveGuard-featured preventive programs have reduced infestations as much as 90 percent or more, the company says.
PMPs can subscribe to “The Bed Bug Authority” by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT ALLERGY TECHNOLOGIES
Allergy Technologies is a subsidiary of A. Carey Co. LLC, which focuses on using philanthropy as a core business strategy for its businesses. Its ActiveGuard Mattress Liners are available for purchase by pest control professionals and distributors; hoteliers; colleges and universities; property management; federal, state and local housing; cruise lines; and homeowners. Its ATHAC family of programs for affordable housing, other multi-occupant dwellings, hospitality and senior care facilities work closely with management, residents, staff and pest managers to offer multifaceted, facility-wide approaches to long-term prevention of public health pests.Through its PhilanProfit strategy, a portion of all ActiveGuard proceeds go to help fund inner-city homeless and women’s shelters and asthma clinics.