Marysville Girl Stars in Statewide TV Advertising campaign Beginning April 5th

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Marysville Girl Stars in Statewide TV Advertising campaign Beginning April 5th

  
  
 

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Marysville Girl Stars in Statewide

TV Advertising campaign Beginning April 5th

Clark Pest Control launching TV ads featuring the winner

of its statewide talent search

LODI, Calif. (April 5, 2010) - Beginning Monday, April 5th, Clark Pest Control's 2010 television advertising campaign will air on stations across California as well as in Reno, NV.  This year's campaign features a 10-year girl from Marysville named Mariah Glassgow.  Mariah isn't an actress - she's just a regular fifth-grade student who won the role at an audition in Reno last year. 

Out of more than 600 people who auditioned last summer, Clark Pest Control selected Mariah as the winner of its competition for the role in this year's campaign.  Thousands of her commercial spots will air between April and October 2010 on local broadcast stations and cable networks during peak newscasts and programs. 

Clark Pest Control has historically used humor in its commercials to convey the many problems its customers are encountering and the services they provide to counteract those issues.  The storyline of this year's ad pokes fun at the everyday issues families face when dealing with bugs and pests in their homes and backyards.

Since 2008, Clark Pest Control has held open auditions in various cities across California and Nevada looking for talent.  This is the second consecutive year that the company has cast someone in its advertising campaign that was discovered during these auditions.

"We are always overwhelmed by the amount of talented people we find at our auditions, but Mariah really stood out from the crowd and had all the qualities we were looking for in an actor for this year's campaign" said Robert Baker, operations manager, Clark Pest Control.  "Despite being a young girl, she was very professional and a natural on camera." 

Mariah Glassgow is a student as Walter Kynoch Elementary School in Marysville, Calif.  Not only is she active in sports such as softball and gymnastics, but she is also an excellent student.  She loves to sing and dance, and hopes to pursue acting in the future. 

Clark Pest Control, headquartered in Lodi, Calif., is the West's largest family-owned pest management company.  With more than 1,000 highly trained employees servicing more than 164,000 clients, Clark Pest Control provides California and Nevada residents the most effective and reliable pest control in the world by integrating technology with environmental responsibility.  Using personalized pest control programs for homes, schools, businesses industries and agriculture, the company specializes in pest and termite control, structural repairs, IPM for schools, fumigation and food safety. 

 

 

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2012 Bed Bug Conference Rohnert Park

DON’T LET THE BED BUGS BITE

YOUR BOTTOM LINE!

Managers Can Register Now for FREE Bed Bug Educational Training Hosted by Clark Pest Control

 

LODI, Calif. (January 11, 2012) – It’s no secret that bed bugs are still everywhere – in apartments, houses and hotels, college dormitories, hospitals, offices, retail stores, public transportation, laundromats and even movie theaters.  And since a majority of industry professionals consider bed bugs to be THE most difficult pest to treat (NPMA, 2010), Clark Pest Control is coming to Rohnert Park to help educate these facility managers with a free one-day seminar called “Bed Bugs: Know The Truth.”

 

The “Bed Bugs: Know The Truth” event in Rohnert Park will be held on Wednesday, February 1st from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Doubletree Rohnert Park (One Doubletree Dr., Rohnert Park).  Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Only 100 spots are available for anyone who manages a facility or property where bed bugs could be a problem in and around the following areas -- Santa Rosa, Vacaville, Napa/Sonoma, Fairfield, San Rafael, Bodega Bay, Vallejo, Novato, Petaluma and Davis.

 

“Our goal is to educate the people in charge of facilities that most commonly get infestations so they are prepared to make smart and timely decisions if and when they are faced with having to identify and fight bed bugs,” said Robert Baker, operations manager, Clark Pest Control.

 

The event will provide guests answers to many common myths about bed bugs, such as whether or not they transmit diseases and are a sign of poor sanitation, and if you can see them with the naked eye.  Experts will also educate guests on the newest ways to detect and control bed bugs, as well as how a bed bug infestation can affect a business’ bottom line.  Speakers include Jim Fredricks from the National Pest Management Association, Gail Getty from the UC Extension, and Jeff Lipman of the Lipman Law Firm that deals with bed bug litigation and other industry experts. 

 

Anyone interested in registering for the Rohnert Park “Bed Bugs: Know The Truth” event may call 877-918-9988 or email salesteam@clarkpest.com.

 

The “Bed Bugs: Know The Truth” events will also be held in San Mateo on February 2nd and in San Diego on February 3rd

 

 

Clark Pest Control, headquartered in Lodi, Calif., is the West’s largest family-owned pest management company.  With more than 1,000 highly trained employees servicing more than 164,000 clients, Clark Pest Control provides California and Nevada residents the most effective and reliable pest control in the world by integrating technology with environmental responsibility.  Using personalized pest control programs for homes, schools, businesses industries and agriculture, the company specializes in pest and termite control, structural repairs, IPM for schools, fumigation and food safety.  www.clarkpest.com

 

 

Media Contact: Carrie Hagen – 916-505-2788, hagenc@comcast.net