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Pest Management Systems, Inc. participates in NCPMA in Action

June 4th, 2015

GREENSBORO, NC – Giving back to the community is nothing new to Billy Tesh, President and Founder of Pest Management Systems, Inc. and the recent recipient of the Outstanding Philanthropist in Greensboro Award.

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Billy’s most recent contribution was to a local Greensboro camp as part of the North Carolina Pest Management Associations (NCPMA) In Action program. NCPMA kicked off the initiative this year (2014) to encourage every member of the association to donate one free bed bug treatment annually to a client in need.

NCPMA In Action was inspired by National Pest Management Association (NPMA) Gives, which tracks the donations, time, and services given by members of NPMA to their community. In 2013, PMi gifted a bed bug treatment to Crisis Ministries of Davidson County so they could keep their doors open and continue to provide shelter for almost 100 people.

This year, Billy chose to donate a bed bug treatment to a local camp. “Education and youth development is an indispensable investment for future generations, and that is what this camp does best. I would rather the funds be allocated for new activities that enrich the lives of the campers instead of a costly bed bug treatment,” says Billy. The treatment would have cost approximately $1,400 if it weren’t for the donation. Now the camp can operate with peace of mind knowing PMi Put Pests to Rest.

As well as bed bug treatment, PMi offers full service pest control, termite control, mosquito management, moisture control, and wildlife management. The company takes pride in serving the community with reliable, innovated services provided by certified technicians. PMi employees strive to educate and inform the community about responsible pest control techniques and exceed every aspect of customers’ expectations.

Pest Management Systems, Inc. is a locally-owned and operated pest management company that has served homeowners and businesses throughout the Piedmont Triad area for 30 years.

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