Tuesday, May 7, 2013

***CLOSED***Giveaway-Combat's Roach and Ant Killing Bait Strips

Disclosure-Samples provided to review.  All opinions stated are my own.

Did you know that there’s an actual Bug Season? From now through October, roach and ant populations multiply in the hot and humid weather, causing more bug problems in homes and creating more anxiety, stress and embarrassment among Americans!

In fact, a recent survey conducted on behalf of Combat asked people if they’ve ever experienced a bug problem and just how embarrassed they were about it. Did you know 52 percent of Americans have experienced ant or roach problems in their home, AND 20 percent of American’s who have ever had an ant/roach problem in their home have not invited people into their homes because of their embarrassment!

Don’t let pesky pests ruin your summer plans this Bug Season! To help keep the insects at bay, Combat recommends:

· Storing all food in airtight containers
· Sweeping and vacuuming regularly
· Keeping vegetation from touching the outside of your home
· Cleaning all surfaces to remove any food residue
As the weather becomes warmer, Combat would like to make sure you’re prepared to defend your home against insects during Bug Season by sending you a Bug Season Survival Kit complete with its new secret weapon– Combat’s Roach and Ant Killing Bait Strips. The new bait strips quietly kills roaches and ants at the source as they bring the bait back to the nest, eliminating the infestation completely. With its discreet design, the bait strips’ adhesive backing also offers versatility and can be placed out of reach of kids and pets.    For more prevention tips, please visit   Enter to win:   1)  Be a follower and tell me what your #1 problem has been ants or roaches? (1 entry) 2)  Facebook share. (1 entry) 3)  Tweet. (1 entry-must link)   This giveaway ends 5/14/13 at 5 am.  1 winner will be randomly selected.  Us only.  The winner will have 24 hours to claim their prize.  Please leave your email in the comment.  Total entries #3 only.


Sandra VanHoey said...

We have someone come out to the home to spray once a month. I hate bugs so bad and I know last year we were having ant issues near the garage. I know here in Georgia, there's always the red ant issues. They are hard to get rid of. Seems you get rid of one hill and another starts a little ways away.

lilyk said...

I follow you on Google Friend Connect under the username lilyk. My #1 problem is roaches.

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Anonymous said...

I am a blog follower. My problem is ants. My little girls get a kick out of them hauling off crumbs. yellow_patricia at Hotmail dot com

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