Bug Busters project manager honored with NPMA award


May 17, 2024

Tammy Rudbeck

Tammy Rudbeck

In acknowledgment of her outstanding contributions to the pest management industry, Tammy Rudbeck has received the Impact Award by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA). Rudbeck is a longtime project manager for Bug Busters, based in Woodstock, Ga. This distinctive honor was presented during the Women in Pest Management Conference, held on May 8, 2024. Rudbeck was joined by select group of women who were celebrated for their influential roles in the field.

In a news release, Bug Busters noted that Rudbeck’s “leadership and innovative approaches in pest management have not only yielded exceptional results for Bug Busters, but have also set new standards of excellence within the industry. Her dedication to advancing pest control solutions while nurturing positive community and environmental impacts exemplifies the qualities celebrated by the NPMA Impact Award.”

“Receiving the NPMA Impact Award is an immense honor,” said Rudbeck. “This recognition reflects not just my efforts but the collaborative culture that defines Bug Busters. It’s a testament to our shared commitment to excellence in pest management and our mission to make a significant difference in the communities we serve.”

“We are beyond proud of Tammy’s achievements and her unwavering passion for excellence in pest management,” remarked Court Parker, CEO of Bug Busters USA. “Her leadership and commitment to community well-being exemplify the core values of our company. Tammy’s recognition by the NPMA not only highlights her indispensable contributions to the industry but also serves as an inspiration to all aspiring professionals in pest management.”

About Bug Busters

In October 1984, Neil Parker started Bug Busters as a full-service pest control company out of the basement of his family home in Acworth, Ga. Some of Bug Busters’ first customers were Parker’s friends from church, some of whom are still customers to this day. By its second year of operation, Bug Busters graduated from the Parker family basement to its first physical location. And the rest, as they say, is history.


About the Author

Heather Gooch

Heather Gooch is the editor-in-chief for PMP magazine. She can be reached at hgooch@northcoastmedia.net or 330-321-9754.

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