Thursday, August 20, 2015

Orkin Household Pests 101 Back To School Pack Giveaway

It is back to school time for the kiddos and back to school time for you as well. Orkin is here to educate you with Household Pests 101, with their knowledge of those creepy crawlies that you don't want invading your home. It is time to #LearnWithOrkin!

About Orkin 101:
Back-to-school time is a great time to #LearnWithOrkin about pest prevention. Take the Pest Prevention Pop Quiz to find out if you know how to think like a pest!
At Orkin, we use the latest technology and unparalleled training to develop an effective treatment that's right for your needs. To learn more about our pest control based in science or to schedule an inspection, visit orkin.com or call 1-800-800-ORKIN.
Orkin on Facebook: facebook.com/OrkinPestControl
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Orkin YouTube channel: youtube.com/user/OrkinVideo

Check out the blog app, watch the video, download the checklist on how to protect your home. This app will feature scientific knowledge from Orkin, things to make your home pest free.



Take the pop quiz and tell us, as a blog comment, what is the one fact that surprised you, or, something that you learned from taking the quiz.

Doing so will allow you to enter to win the following prize pack from Orkin.  



Prize pack includes a Silver USB Emergency Travel Charger, Checklist and a Double Insulated Stainless Steel Travel Mug!!  

So check out the blog app, follow the directions, scroll down to the rafflecopter form and enter enter enter. Good luck!

Disclaimer: All assets within this post were provided to me to help promote Rollins, Inc. Lollipops n' Ladybugs is working with Rollins, Inc for this promotion. Lollipops n' Ladybugs is not responsible for the shipment of the prize. Lollipops n' Ladybugs received no financial compensation for this posting, however, we will receive the same prize pack as our winner does for our participation. 

Giveaway is open to residents of the US who are 18+
Please only 1 entrant per household.
Please note that if you win this prize pack from another participating blogger, you will not be eligible to win again. One prize pack per household. Winners information will be verified by the sponsor. 
No PO Boxes will be allowed, sponsor uses either FedEx or UPS for shipment of prizes.
Giveaway will end on September 14, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. and winner will have 48 hours to respond to winning email or another winner will be chosen.

Many thanks to Rollins, Inc, Orkin and TetherGroup for allowing us to participate in this fabulous promotion.

Good luck! 


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35 comments:

Kelly Tupick said...

I was surprised to learn that the house fly was worse than the cockroach as far as contanmination goes.

bmorin54 said...

I took the quiz and made the honor roll! There were a few questions I got wrong, but learned from my mistakes. Apparently, the best way to get rid of the giant spiders I find in my house sometimes is to get rid of the pests that they eat.

rochelle said...

I learned that flies carry the most disease

Lauren said...

I learned that mice can fit through a hole the size of a dime.

bbrittbrat1398 said...

I learned that you can get rid of pests by eliminating their food source. Brittney House

njsunbunny said...

I was surprised to find out that houseflies were dirtier then cockroaches.

abfantom said...

I took the quiz and learned that house flies are dirtier pests than rats or cockroaches.

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Lanicsha Wynn said...

I learned that if water is left stagnant for more than a week, immature mosquitoes can develop in it!

Jason Eustice said...

Like this lots :)

Jason Eustice said...

Love this contest

Denise S. said...

I learned that mice can get through a hole the size of a dime.

clynsg said...

Took the quiz on another site, learned that various substance (lavender oil, bay leaves, etc.) do not keep silverfish away.

julie said...

I learned how dirty houseflies are.

c21 said...

I learned flies are the dirtiest pest

c21 said...

Learned houseflies are the dirtiest!

Elizabeth Kariuki said...

I learned that house flies are actually twice as contaminated as cockroaches. Crazy!

Elizabeth Kariuki said...

I learned that house flies are twice as contaminated as cockroaches. Crazy!

tina reynolds said...

I found out that a common old fly is more nasty than a cockroach really freaky thing to learn

saturdaynightfever said...

Houseflies get a bad reputation here.

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Nicole said...

I learned that bed bugs live in other places too not just beds!
Nicole Carter

Romeo said...

I love the variety of details that were shared but I cant afford to have any of the aforementioned!

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Buddy Garrett said...

It was surprising that mice can fit through the hole the size of a dime.

Kathryn Wendt Mackey said...

I need to have a tutor in this area because I take things for granted about infestations not occurring.

Michelle A said...

It shouldn't be that surprising, but it made me think- the best way to keep spiders away is to keep other pests away.

Rebecca Moore said...

Umm seriously the house fly is worse than a cockroach......wow

Leela said...

Flies are dirtier than roaches.

Laurie Murley said...

I cant believe that mice can fit thru a dime size hole

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Natalie Yeoman said...

i learned that flies are the dirtiest pests

dvice12 said...

I learned that house flies have more pathogens than cockroaches

Jerry Marquardt said...

I learned a lot, because I only got 2 right. I need to do some studying.

Wendy Caddy said...

The best way to keep spiders out of your house is to get rid of their food: insects.

Dawn Reid said...

I took the quiz and learned that house flies are dirtier pests than rats or cockroaches

Brian E. said...

Thank You for the giveaway… mosquotoes can breed in less than one inch of standing water !!! i.e. pet's water bowl, flower pot, etc.

Brian E. said...

Oops, I misspelled "mosquitoes".

Jennifer Herman said...

All of these are important steps to take, but only monitoring for visible damage is not enough. Be sure to inspect more thoroughly than just the places you can easily see. Termites are difficult to control, so if you suspect an infestation, contact a trained pest control professional who can develop a program for your home.