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TBBJ Names 2009 Up and Comers
TBBJ NAMES 2009 UP & COMERS
September 24, 2009 - Tampa Bay Business Journal

Honorees for the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s 2009 Up & Comers Awards have been named.

The event will celebrate the accomplishments of rising professionals throughout the Bay area. They will be honored at the Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina on Nov. 5 from 6 to 9 p.m.
2009 HONOREES

Under 30 Years Old:

  • Cristina Maria Abreu, The Nielsen Co.
  • Samuel A. Belyea, Massage Redefined LLC
  • Jennifer Lynn Brody, RC Associates LLC
  • Lauren Bryant, M.E. Wilson Co. Inc.
  • Alex Chamberlain, EasyLiving Inc.
  • Holley Conte, Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office
  • Hugo Samuel “Brad” deBeaubien, Shumaker Loop & Kendrick LLP
  • T. Hampton Dohrman, Artists and Writers Group/Five-Art
  • Kelly Evers, STAR Technology Enterprise Center
  • William D. Fulghom, FreshPoint
  • Rey Ann Futch, Fourthdoor Creative Group
  • Seth Garber, Nvirotect Pest Control Services
  • Rachael L. Greenstein, Hillsborough County Attorney’s Office
  • \William Gregory “Greg” Holden, Manning & Napier Advisors Inc.
  • Christopher Franklyn Huber, Harden
  • Kolby Jones, Wallace Welch & Willingham
Vendors, especially those with long-term relationships, have been willing to adjust contracts, said Rick Dorman, assistant GM of the DoubleTree Hotel Tampa Westshore Airport. “They understand the economic downturn and what in turn we have to do if we want to continue on with a contract rather than do it in house.”
Working with numbers
“If I don’t have anyone in the hotel, I’m not ordering muffins,” said Derrick Morrow, GM of the Hyatt Regency Tampa. “We order on the numbers of guests we anticipate.”
The Hyatt contracts with outside vendors for banquets, housekeeping and night cleaning, among other services. Because the occupancy rates vary, the hotel could need 10 housekeepers one day and 25 the next, and have to be able to adapt accordingly.
One way is to reduce services based on occupancy. “We have gone back and looked at contracts and vendors and made adjustments based on business,” said Morrow.
The vendors understand, he said. As a result, his hotel has been able to retain most of its vendors even though it has scaled back some services.
“Especially in our businesses, it’s based on our occupancy and amounts of guests in a hotel,” Morrow said. “They have been very open in conversation relative to reducing the contracts.”
Living Plants / Evergreen Interiors LLC, based in Tampa, is responsive to the revenues of customers and will scale services accordingly. The company, which does business as Plantz, provides plant leasing and service, including floor displays in hotels.
“I want to work with my customers in the downturn so that when there is an upturn I am still their vendor,” said Steven Stanford, president.
Vendors also are proposing better deals upfront.
Nvirotect Pest Control Services Inc., a pest management company based in Lutz, has been offering incentives in response to the financial situation of some its customers, said Co-owner Seth Garber. These incentives include complimentary inspections that might otherwise cost $150 and a price that is 10 percent lower than competitors’.
In addition, Nvirotect is giving its customers more time to pay. “The contracts are typically month-to-month with commercial business, but we’re giving them 60 days to pay instead of 30,” he said.
Companies tend to be receptive to the prices and open to looking around for new vendors.
Keith Overton, COO of the TradeWinds Island Resorts, said he is hearing better offers from vendors and is using those to motivate existing vendors. “Because we are getting offers for better deals we are taking that back to the vendors we have had relationships with.”
Another of Overton’s motives is to keep more people working at the hotel. The resort has cut labor costs by reducing hours, cutting pay by 6.5 percent, reducing vacations by a week, and not hiring as many seasonal or part-time employees.
“I feel I wouldn’t be fair or honest to my own people if I didn’t go back to the purveyors and ask for a price adjustment. For the most part they get it and have re-strategized on their own,” he said.
The Power of a Handshake
Revenues and occupancy rates are down industrywide, which impacts vendors, said Jim Bartholomay, GM of the Renaissance Tampa Hotel International Plaza.
Vendor relations keep hotels running on lean budgets
VENDOR RELATIONS KEEP HOTELS RUNNING ON LEAN BUDGETS
July 3, 2009 - Tampa Bay Business Journal

Where a guest sees a mint on a pillow, hotel management sees a series of contracts and relationships with vendors that enable smooth hotel service in rough economic times.

Baked goods, lawn services, cleaning, elevator maintenance and pest control are just a few of the services hotels will contract out.
As travelers’ budgets have shrunk and occupancy rates have decreased in the last year, relationships with vendors have changed, hotel managers said.
Often, the relationships have improved. Both parties have learned to be flexible.
Vendors, especially those with long-term relationships, have been willing to adjust contracts, said Rick Dorman, assistant GM of the DoubleTree Hotel Tampa Westshore Airport. “They understand the economic downturn and what in turn we have to do if we want to continue on with a contract rather than do it in house.”
Working with numbers
“If I don’t have anyone in the hotel, I’m not ordering muffins,” said Derrick Morrow, GM of the Hyatt Regency Tampa. “We order on the numbers of guests we anticipate.”
The Hyatt contracts with outside vendors for banquets, housekeeping and night cleaning, among other services. Because the occupancy rates vary, the hotel could need 10 housekeepers one day and 25 the next, and have to be able to adapt accordingly.
One way is to reduce services based on occupancy. “We have gone back and looked at contracts and vendors and made adjustments based on business,” said Morrow.
The vendors understand, he said. As a result, his hotel has been able to retain most of its vendors even though it has scaled back some services.
“Especially in our businesses, it’s based on our occupancy and amounts of guests in a hotel,” Morrow said. “They have been very open in conversation relative to reducing the contracts.”
Living Plants / Evergreen Interiors LLC, based in Tampa, is responsive to the revenues of customers and will scale services accordingly. The company, which does business as Plantz, provides plant leasing and service, including floor displays in hotels.
“I want to work with my customers in the downturn so that when there is an upturn I am still their vendor,” said Steven Stanford, president.
Vendors also are proposing better deals upfront.
Nvirotect Pest Control Services Inc., a pest management company based in Lutz, has been offering incentives in response to the financial situation of some its customers, said Co-owner Seth Garber. These incentives include complimentary inspections that might otherwise cost $150 and a price that is 10 percent lower than competitors’.
In addition, Nvirotect is giving its customers more time to pay. “The contracts are typically month-to-month with commercial business, but we’re giving them 60 days to pay instead of 30,” he said.
Companies tend to be receptive to the prices and open to looking around for new vendors.
Keith Overton, COO of the TradeWinds Island Resorts, said he is hearing better offers from vendors and is using those to motivate existing vendors. “Because we are getting offers for better deals we are taking that back to the vendors we have had relationships with.”
Another of Overton’s motives is to keep more people working at the hotel. The resort has cut labor costs by reducing hours, cutting pay by 6.5 percent, reducing vacations by a week, and not hiring as many seasonal or part-time employees.
“I feel I wouldn’t be fair or honest to my own people if I didn’t go back to the purveyors and ask for a price adjustment. For the most part they get it and have re-strategized on their own,” he said.
The Power of a Handshake
Revenues and occupancy rates are down industrywide, which impacts vendors, said Jim Bartholomay, GM of the Renaissance Tampa Hotel International Plaza.
Business of the year finalists named
BUSINESS OF THE YEAR FINALISTS NAMED
November 10, 2008 - Tampa Bay Business Journal

An independent panel of judges has selected finalists for the eight categories of the Tampa Bay Business Journal 2008 Business of the Year Awards.

The winners will be announced during a black-tie gala Dec. 4 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the A La Carte Event Pavilion in Tampa.
Finalists are:
ROOKIE BUSINESS:
  • Imaging Coaching LLC
  • Nvirotect Pest Control Services
  • TalentWRx LLC
Conversation about going green
COMMUNITY CONVERSATION BRINGS OUT LATEST IN GOING GREEN
October 10, 2008

A panel of environmental experts addressed 125 members of the business community Tuesday at a breakfast event examining the “green” movement, a Community Conversation hosted by the Tampa Bay Business Journal.

Environmental literacy is critical to every sector, said panelist Sharon Hanna-West, Exide Distinguished Lecturer of Ethics and Sustainability at University of South Florida’s College of Business Administration.
“Education is absolutely a focus,” agreed panelist Jennifer Languell, founder and president of Trifecta Construction Solutions in Fort Myers and co-host of the Discovery Channel’s “Project Earth.” She stressed the importance of understanding which practices and principals are truly green.
This raised the subject of greenwashing, or claiming falsely to be green.
Panelist Seth Garber, VP of sales and marketing for Nvirotect Pest Control Services Inc., said he has seen greenwashing from competitors including baiting pests with oatmeal and applying strange “tree oils.”
Tampa is pursuing certification as a Green Local Government, said Thom Snelling, deputy director for the Department of Growth Management and Development Services, and the city’s first “green officer.”
The challenge is changing the small, everyday behaviors, and not going for the large, flashy projects, Snelling said.
Nvirotect awarded for green pesticides
NVIROTECT AWARDED FOR GREEN PESTICIDES
October 10, 2008 - Tampa Bay Business Journal

A Lutz pest management company is one of the first in the country to receive national recognition for its environmental responsibility.

Nvirotect Pest Control Services Inc. was awarded the National Pest Management Association’s QualityPro Green certification. Neighborhood Pest Control, Nvirotect’s parent company, has operated in Lutz since 1996.
“Neighborhood Pest Control is the lawn and ornamental division. Nvirotect is the inside, sensitive environment division,” explained Seth Garber, VP of sales and marketing and partner at Nvirotect.

Garber learned of the need for environmentally sensitive pest control while working in the shredding and recycling division of Cintas Corp. He and co-worker Christoph Nord approached Craig Kurrack, owner of Neighborhood Pest Control. The three became partners and co-owners of Nvirotect, incorporated in June.

Integral to the new business is a set of internal standards called the Environmentally Friendly and Effective program.
“We wanted to find out a way we could be environmentally friendly and create a certification because there wasn’t one anywhere,” said Garber. “The goal of the program is to minimize the amount of pesticide put into the structure.”
Most pesticides pose some risk of harm because they are designed to kill or deter living organisms, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. As recently as January 2006, Florida’s Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services banned insecticides containing chlorpyrifos, once a widely used termite protection product.
When the NPMA launched QualityPro Green in August, Nvirotect was one of the first seven companies in the United States to receive certification of 13 to date.
“This is an in-depth, prescriptive set of standards about how to do pest control if you want to call it green,” said Bob Rosenberg, senior VP of the NPMA.
Rosenberg said the Nvirotect team were “truly leaders, probably the first or second in the state to meet [QualityPro Green] standards.”
What it Means to Go Green
EVENT BRINGS OUT WHAT IT MEANS TO GO GREEN
October 7, 2008 - Tampa Bay Business Journal

A panel of environmental experts addressed 125 members of the business community Tuesday at a breakfast event examining the “green” movement. Environmental literacy and its importance for companies was the jumping off point for the Community Conversation hosted by the Tampa Bay Business Journal.

Because a climate change affects all profitability, environmental literacy is critical to every sector, said panelist Sharon Hanna-West, Exide Distinguished Lecturer of Ethics and Sustainability at University of South Florida’s College of Business Administration. While Fortune 500 companies are handling environmental policy well, Hanna-West is concerned about spreading the word to smaller businesses.
“Education is absolutely a focus,” agreed panelist Jennifer Languell, founder and president of Trifecta Construction Solutions in Fort Myers and co-host of the Discovery Channel’s “Project Earth.” She stressed the importance of understanding which practices and principals are truly green.
This raised the subject of greenwashing, or the practice of claiming falsely to be green.
Panelist Seth Garber, vice president of marketing for Nvirotect Pest Control Services, said he has observed greenwashing practices of competitors including pouring sugar, baiting pests with oatmeal and applying strange “tree oils.” When he and his partners established Nvirotect earlier this year, “it was almost like the Wild West,” he said.
One obvious way to avoid greenwashing is to seek certification from an agency, as Nvirotect has from the National Pest Management Association.
The city of Tampa is pursuing certification as a Green Local Government, said Thom Snelling, deputy director for the Department of Growth Management and Development Services, and the city’s first “green officer.”
The challenge is changing the small, everyday behaviors, and not going for the large, flashy projects, Snelling said. “You’re talking about trying to change a mindset.”
The panelists addressed how to explore best practices in the current state of the economy.
While green initiatives are more of a challenge in this “daunting time,” the environmental issues are not going away, and green doesn’t have to be expensive Hanna-West said.
Garber recalled a profitability study in which he discovered that his company’s diesel trucks were left on during service. After mandating that trucks be turned off, the company enjoyed an 11.5 percent reduction in the monthly fuel bill.
Asked about the statewide adaptation of green measures, Languell said that while legislation was putting energy-saving measures in place, state budget cuts have relegated a great deal of financial incentives to the county level. Transparency, she said, is inherent to sustainability in the “triple bottom line.”
The concept of the triple bottom line is based not only on financials but also on environmental and social effects of an outcome, Languell said. “There is a big business case for sustainability.”
The Tampa Bay Business Journal hosted the second annual Community Conversation on sustainability at the Palm Restaurant in Tampa. Progress Energy and Oracle Corp. sponsored the breakfast.
Since last year, TBBJ changed the event’s name from “Build Green” to “Going Green.” The change reflects the market’s role in driving the need for sustainability, said TBBJ Editor Alexis Muellner is his introduction.
BABM Generation Y Entrepreneurs Feature Story
BABM GENERATION Y ENTREPRENEURS FEATURE STORY
Building a Greener Mousetrap

An early hands-on introduction to crafting pottery inspired Seth Garber’s interest to attend art school…but his parents preferred a career path for their son that was more practical.

Armed with a University of Tampa degree in finance, Seth ultimately took up another form of art, crafting an entrepreneurial niche for himself and two partners—the business version of a modern masterpiece. His year-old company, Nvirotect Pest Control Services, illustrates the grand design of a comprehensive business plan founded on strong principles followed up with effective action—and a lot of hard work. Not a surprising result coming from this high energy Generation Y dynamo whose favorite job once was jumping out of bed at 4 a.m. to make bagels before heading off to school and then clocking in for his p.m. stint at Pottery Barn.
Years later, at Cintas Corporation, Seth shot to the top as its number one salesman during his first eligible year. Soon he was participating in a variety of elite groups, developing special programs for the company. Cintas turned out to be a rich and rewarding experience; this uniform and business service provider has ranked among Fortune magazine’s “Most Admired Companies” for nine consecutive years. While at Cintas, Seth made the acquaintance of Christoph Nord, who oversaw document shredding operations for the southwest Florida region. The two became good friends and the wheels started turning to develop a new business of their own.

“Cintas was a great place to work,” Seth said, “but I wanted an opportunity to create a future for others. I also truly believed that if I created my own company it would be a huge success—no one will ever work harder for me than I can work for myself.”

At first, Seth and Christoph were not exactly sure what they wanted to do, but they knew the venture had to encompass these three key points:
  • It had to be route-based
  • It had to generate recurring revenue
  • It had to be sales driven
Most pesticides pose some risk of harm because they are designed to kill or deter living organisms, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. As recently as January 2006, Florida’s Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services banned insecticides containing chlorpyrifos, once a widely used termite protection product.
When the NPMA launched QualityPro Green in August, Nvirotect was one of the first seven companies in the United States to receive certification of 13 to date.
“This is an in-depth, prescriptive set of standards about how to do pest control if you want to call it green,” said Bob Rosenberg, senior VP of the NPMA.
Rosenberg said the Nvirotect team were “truly leaders, probably the first or second in the state to meet [QualityPro Green] standards.”
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FishHawk Ranch Chooses Green Pest Control Company
FISHHAWK RANCH CHOOSES GREEN PEST CONTROL COMPANY
Nvirotect Pest Control Services has recently been awarded the contract to provide service to the public buildings within FishHawk Ranch

Dec 06, 2009 – Nvirotect service would like to announce that as of December 1st they will be providing pest control services to the FishHawk Community public facilities. "FishHawk ranch was the first Green Community in the state and Nvirotect was the First Green Certified Pest Control company in Florida so its like a match made in heaven says", Seth Garber, Vice President of Nvirotect Services.
Over the last year Nvirotect has made a strong push to become the market leader in the Lithia and FishHawk community. Nvirotect saw FishHawk ranch as a perfect area to utilize a local approach to developing awareness that the pest control industry is changing. Through local community investment and focus on education from a grass roots level the project has become a success.
FishHawk Ranch is a community where people make educated decisions and with Nvirotect's focus on community relationships and creating a healthier environment the FishHawk community welcomed their innovative program with open arms. Nvirotect plans to release a local website for residence of FishHawk Ranch later this month.
 
www.FishHawkPestControl.com
 
A Little information about Nvirotect's Residential Program
At Nvirotect we are fully committed to providing the most innovative” Green Certified” Pest Control program available in the Nation. By constant research we have developed state-of-the-art pest control procedures; these procedures will provide you and your family with the safest and most effective treatment available. Our residential program is designed based on regulations set forth by Pro Green and LEED for Homes- National initiative to develop a more sustainable living environment.
As an added value we have developed a complete environmentally and effective program for your home that includes treatment of area’s that many companies forget about such as your mailbox, playground area and pool area. We will also include treatment of your “Tubes in the wall system”. The best part is this is part of our 7 step program at no charge. We also offer full termite protection, flea and tick control and rodent elimination at discounted rates to our pest control customers.
Tampa Pest Control Company Makes a Bold Move Towards Sustainable Practices
TAMPA PEST CONTROL COMPANY MAKES A BOLD MOVE TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE PRACTICE
Nvirotect Pest Control Services Announces A New Member To The Team

Oct 07, 2009 – On Friday, Nvirotect Pest Control Services announced that David Gjertsen will oversee the Tampa Market. David, who has his Masters in Sustainability from University of South Florida (USF); has over 12 years of pest control experience and is a perfect addition to the company. Nvirotect has quickly grown throughout Southwest Florida by developing innovative practices focused around creating healthier “Greener “environments. Seth Garber, Vice President of Nvirotect said “Hiring David was a quick two steps forward for our company, David’s expertise in addition to Nvirotect’s procedures is truly a win, win for our customers and the community. We have the expertise to not only offer pest control service, but to act as a consultant towards innovative sustainable procedures our customers may be implementing. Overall, this should allow for us to continue the exponential growth that we have been experiencing”.

Nvirotect Pest Control has become a local industry leader in both commercial and residential pest control. The company was formed between a partnership of two former corporate America diversified outsource experts and a very successful pest management professional. Nvirotect was the first company in Florida to achieve the highly sought after Green Pro certification. Along with this certification, Nvirotect has also been accepted to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Environmental Stewardship Program, this program is designed to recognize industry leading practices in the pest control field. Nvirotect Services covering all of Southwest Florida, and has a product offering that includes; Commercial and Residential Pest Control, Rodent Control, Bird Management and Specialty Services focused around the commercial property sector and the hospitality industry.
Tampa Based Pest Control Company Partners With a Great Local Organization
TAMPA BASED PEST CONTROL COMPANY PARTNERS WITH A GREAT LOCAL ORGANIZATION
Nvirotect Services Becomes A Charter Member Of The Pillsborough Organization

Aug 18, 2009 – Earlier today Pillsborough receives commitment of a new charter member to its group. Nvirotect Services announces that they have become a founding member of the Pillsborough Organization. Seth Garber Vice President of Nvirotect said that “this partnership was an easy decision. After looking into the mission of Pillsborough and the great causes the organization supports we felt that it was in line with our company’s mission”. Pillsborough was founded in order to promote local non-profit initiatives. The promotion is achieved through events that bring professionals together from both sides of the bay to large events. The difference between Pillsborough and other organizations is the events are not fund raisers, they are simply high end events that help create great local awareness.

On September 9, 2009 Pillsborough will be having the next event at the newly renovated Double Tree Hotel in the Westshore district. The event is supporting 9 great children’s organizations and featuring a slew of local celebrities. Anyone interested in attending please go to the Pillsborough website to register. The event is Free and open to any and all professionals in the area.
 
 
About Nvirotect Pest Control Services
Nvirotect services is the Tampa Bay and Southwest Florida Premiere Green Certified Pest Control Company. Through our devotion in maintaining best practices, and having the best customer service, we were nominated for Business of the Year in 2008; this nomination came from The Tampa Bay Business Journal.
Our focus on continuing education for our customers and staff has allowed for the development of the most sustainable pest management practices available. These practices are not only “Green Certified”, but they help create a safer environment for our customers.
As a customer you will not only receive “Green Certified” pest control, but be guaranteed that all of our technicians have went through one of the most rigorous training schedules available. This training will ensure a consistent Nvirotect experience.
Tampa Bays First Green Certified Pest Control Company Has Opened It's Termite Division
TAMPA BAYS FIRST GREEN CERTIFIED PEST CONTROL COMPANY HAS OPENED ITS TERMITE DIVISION
Nvirotect Pest Control has recently brought in one of the top termite inspectors in the state to oversee all termite operations in Southwest Florida.

Jun 04, 2009 – Tampa, Florida — Nvirotect Pest Control Services Inc. announced today the opening of their Termite Division, this marks a milestone for the company. Nvirotect has been a innovator in Pest Management here in Florida with the development of the first green certified program for both residential and commercial clients in the region. "Adding a termite division will greatly increase our ability to be a one stop shop for our customers" said Seth Garber, Nvirotect Vice President." Our clients have been asking us for months when we where going to add termite service and as promised we did." Garber followed with. "Over the last couple of month Nvirotect has been seeking out top talent in the field to oversee the new division and finally found the person they were looking for. "

After many interviews with alot of potential candidates Nvirotect has hired Jim Klein, a highly respected termite inspector with over 15 years of experience. Jim will assume the role of Director of Termite operations. "Jim is a culture fit, he is a believer that customers are first and that world class service will create great long term relationships, he is a winner." Garber stated.
About Nvirotect Pest Control Services
Nvirotect services is the Tampa Bay and Southwest Florida Premiere Green Certified Pest Control Company. Through our devotion in maintaining best practices, and having the best customer service, we were nominated for Business of the Year in 2008; this nomination came from The Tampa Bay Business Journal.
Our focus on continuing education for our customers and staff has allowed for the development of the most sustainable pest management practices available. These practices are not only “Green Certified”, but they help create a safer environment for our customers.
As a customer you will not only receive “Green Certified” pest control, but be guaranteed that all of our technicians have went through one of the most rigorous training schedules available. This training will ensure a consistent Nvirotect experience.
Nvirotect Pest Control Gets a Little Greener
NVIROTECT PEST CONTROL GETS A LITTLE GREENER
Nvirotect Pest Control in Tampa Florida Has Approved a New Product as Part Of Their Green Pest Control System.

Mar 15, 2009 – Earlier this week Nvirotect announced that the trials for a new product passed the test. After several months of testing Nvirotect has added to the list of Green products by introducing a Spearmint Oil Based Product. " We have been using this new formula for several months on specific customers and we are 100% confident that it is effective. We are very excited to give our customers another option to help create even a healthier environment for their families and employees." said Christoph Nord, VP of operations. Nvirotect has continued to develop strategies that are industry leading focused on creating a healthier and more sustainable environment for future generations.

A little about Nvirotect's Green Pest Control Program
Nvirotect Services is Tampa Bay and Southwest Florida's Premiere 'Green Certified' Pest Control Company.
Through our devotion of maintaining the best practices and having the best customer service we were nominated for Business Of The Year in 2008. This nomination came from The Tampa Bay Business Journal.
Our focus on continuing education for our customers and staff has allowed for the development of the most sustainable pest management practices available. These practices our not only "Green Certified" but help create a safer environment for our customers.
Pest Control Coompany is Taking a Large Market Share in FishHawk and Brandon Florida
PEST CONTROL COMPANY IS TAKING A LARGE MARKET SHARE IN FISHHAWK RANCH AND BRANDON FLORIDA
Nvirotect Pest Control Services announced several weeks ago that it was bringing it Green Certified Program To FishHawk Ranch and Surrounding Areas

PR Log (Press Release) – Mar 10, 2009 – After a huge marketing push into the FishHawk Ranch and Brandon Markets Nvirotect Pest Control Has developed several routes in these areas. This new initiative was designed to hedge against the down economy, says Seth Garber Vice President of Nvirotect. If we can provide exceptional local service to a very distinct customer base then we can excel through these tough times. As an industry most of the national competitors are cutting back to create efficiency and pay for all the levels of management they have. We are investing in the communities we service. Our Pest Control systems are not only innovative but truly the safest and healthiest for our customers." We have procedures that minimize the use of chemicals and reduce the overall cost to our customers." Says Christoph Nord. We look forward to a great local relationship and continuing to invest in the community of FishHawk Ranch

About Nvirotect Pest Control Services
Nvirotect services is the Tampa Bay and Southwest Florida Premiere Green Certified Pest Control Company. Through our devotion in maintaining best practices, and having the best customer service, we were nominated for Business of the Year in 2008; this nomination came from The Tampa Bay Business Journal.
Our focus on continuing education for our customers and staff has allowed for the development of the most sustainable pest management practices available. These practices are not only “Green Certified”, but they help create a safer environment for our customers.
As a customer you will not only receive “Green Certified” pest control, but be guaranteed that all of our technicians have went through one of the most rigorous training schedules available. This training will ensure a consistent Nvirotect experience.
Nvirotect Pest Control Brings Options to Restaurant Owners
NVIROTECT PEST CONTROL BRINGS OPTIONS TO RESTAURANT OWNERS
Nvirotect Pest Control Services Has Developed a Green Pest Control Solution For The Restaurant Industry

Mar 03, 2009 – Nvirotect Pest Control Services based out of Tampa, Florida has expanded its commercial offerings by moving into the restaurant industry. As part of this new initiative Nvirotect has developed a full Green program for restaurant to offer owners and managers a choice in service providers. “The restaurant industry has been forced to choose between one or two national companies for years and it is time that a company becomes a local innovator, we can increase the level of service and in most cases reduce the overall expenditure. With the current state of the economy this is a win win for everyone.” said Seth Garber, Vice President of Nvirotect.

As part of Nvirotect restaurant program customers will be able to choose from several types of services ranging from conventional to full green programs. All of these programs will allow for effective pest control management and be in full compliance to the Health Standards that are set in the industry. Nvirotect has been an innovator since the company’s inception and this new offering will continue to follow the corporate mission.
“We will exceed our customers’ expectations by delivering the highest quality service available at all times. We will continue to develop procedures that guarantee our customers the safest and most effective pest control available while being exceptional stewards to the environment. We will ensure that all decisions we make as an organization will not jeopardize the environment for future generations.“
A Little About Nvirotect
Nvirotect services is Tampa Bay and Southwest Florida Premiere Green
Certified Pest Control Company. Our focus on continuing education for our customers and staff have allowed for the development of the most sustainable pest management practices available. These practices our not only “Green Certified” but help create a safer environment for our customers.
As a customer you will not only receive “Green Certified” pest control but be guaranteed that all of our technicians have gone through one of the most rigorous training schedules available. This training will ensure a consistent Nvirotect experience. Nvirotect offers solutions for residential pest control and commercial pest control; specialty programs included focused programs for the healthcare and hospitality industries.
Tampa Bays First Green Certified Pest Control Company Starts Home Town Initiative
TAMPA BAYS FIRST GREEN CERTIFIED PEST CONTROL COOMPANY STARTS HOME TOWN INITIATIVE
Nvirotect Services Tampa Bay Green Pest Control Company Make Corporate Initive To Grow Business In FishHawk Ranch Market

Feb 23, 2009 – After receiving a tremendous amount of phone calls requesting service in the FishHawk and Lithia area. Nvirotect Pest Control Services has made a corporate initiative to invest heavily into FishHawk Ranch and Lithia Area Beginning at the end of February. As part of the initiative Nvirotect plans to increase the local advertising budget and develop full dedicated FishHawk routes. "We are a local company and now it is time for us to become the leader like we have done in other parts of the area. Our programs are truly the most innovative and can help people in these tough times" Said, Seth Garber.

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