Welcome Mosquito Enemy’s Newest Sales And Marketing Staff Member!
Cody O’Neil Is a nineteen year old college student working towards his Master’s Degree in marketing. In his own words I was drawn to Mosquito Enemy because I saw it as a great opportunity to drastically improve the community I call home. Mosquitoes, ticks, and other vector insects have a deep impact on just about everyone. Whether it be diseases that these insects carry, or just simply being fed up with constantly slapping mosquitoes or pulling ticks off a pet, all of us have been affected by these pests. I truly look forward to making the North Shore a better place to live through mosquito and tick control.
Call Me Today @ (978) 363-2222 or email me at email@example.com with any and all your mosquito and tick questions.
A Warm Welcome to New Team Members
We at Mosquito Enemy are proud to announce the addition of two new team members:
The first addition to the Mosquito Enemy team is 19-year-old UMass Lowell student Tyler Haase. Haase is currently working through school towards earning a degree in business. As a member of the Mosquito Enemy team Haase seeks to improve the lives of those in his community. Vector insects—like mosquitoes and ticks—are organisms that can negatively impact the lives of everyone as both pests and disease carriers. Whether it be constantly slapping mosquitoes away or removing ticks off of the family pet, vector insects have affected all our lives. Some people, unfortunately, are affected far worse than others. That’s where Haase and Mosquito Enemy come in. As this summer moves forward Haase and the team look forward to making the North Shore a better place to live through the diligent control of pests like mosquitoes and ticks.
The next addition to Mosquito Enemy is 20-year-old Emerson College student Liam Collins; who has joined as a writer and blog content producer. Collins plans to work with the team in bringing new, interesting, and informational content to patrons. Much like Haase, Collins is currently in the process of earning his own degree. Expect more updates to the Mosquito Enemy blog soon!