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American Pest Control Gives Away Pest Services This Holiday Season

Manhattan, Kan. (December 5, 2019) – This holiday season, American Pest Management Inc. will donate pest control services to local families who need it most. They are asking for your help to determine recipients for their “Not a Creature Was Stirring” holiday giveaway. If you know of someone who needs to get rid of unwanted pests but cannot afford to treat it, you can submit their name and situation online at AmericanPestManagement.com/holidaygiveaway. Five households will be selected to receive a one-time treatment paired with two follow-ups to make sure the pests have subsided.

“Every year we do some type of donation, whether it be a can drive, community service, or monetary donation. Last year we began something a bit different by donating our pest control services to those who are living in an unhealthy pest-infested situation and cannot afford to have it professionally taken care of,” said American Pest Management Vice President Travis Aggson. “It was evident how much the need is out there and so we have decided to do this giveaway again. The communities we serve are like family to us, and we want to make sure we’re helping out where we can.”

The giveaway is open to anyone in Manhattan, Wamego, Junction City, Wichita, and surrounding communities. All recipients of services will remain anonymous as well as the person who submits the household. The story/situation will be used marketing purposes only.

The donated pest control services will not include termite, mole, or bat treatments due to the complexity and duration of service needed. If you are unsure if a certain situation will qualify for the “Not a Creature Was Stirring” holiday giveaway, please submit it for review.

Submit a deserving household at AmericanPestOnline.com/holidaygiveaway. Giveaway ends December 31, 2019.

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