“We’re proud of our 50 years in business. We've always put our customers first and are pleased so many will join us to celebrate this milestone."
Fairfield, NJ (PRWEB) June 15, 2012
Bell Environmental Services, one of the New York metropolitan area’s leading pest control companies, performed its services for more than 40 years with little fanfare. Then Bed Bugs returned to the US. Bell Environmental responded to the bedbug epidemic by applying its high quality, environmentally-friendly pest control solutions, and spotlighting the skills of its beagle detective, Roscoe the Bed Bug Dog].
The question “Where’s Roscoe?” referencing the company’s television commercials, has become as ubiquitous as bed bug phobia the past several years.
Bell Environmental, headquartered in Fairfield, N.J., is more than just a bed bug firm, as long-time employees, current and former clients, business partners, and friends attending the firm’s 50th anniversary party on Saturday, June 16, can attest.
Though a beagle, Roscoe has gotten the lion’s share of public attention. Roscoe has been featured on Good Morning America, Animal Planet, and CBS News and local news programs since joining Bell in 2008. While Bell Environmental’s bed bug services have received the most media coverage over the last decade, the firm has been a full-service pest control company since its founding. Bell Environmental’s President Phil Waldorf started the firm in 1963.
“We’re proud of our 50 years in business," Waldorf said. "We've always put our customers first and are pleased so many will join us to celebrate this milestone."
About Bell Environmental Services
Bell Environmental began in 1963 with a commitment to high customer service. It has brought innovative technology and environmentally sound bed bug control and commercial pest control methods to customers in New York City and its metropolitan area for decades. Owned and operated by its founding management, Bell leads the way in finding alternatives to dangerous pesticides to eliminate infestations of insects, rodents, and pest birds at facilities throughout the Northeastern United States. More information on Bell Environmental can be found at http://www.bell-environmental.com.