This July 4th Declare Your Independence From Pests

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“You can’t separate peace from freedom because no one can be at peace unless he has his freedom.”

-Malcom X

Some 238 years ago, this Country’s founding fathers wanted independence from Great Britain’s rule of taxation and tyranny. On July 4, 1776 they made a stand! The Second Continental Congress, comprised of colonists like John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin, adopted the Declaration of Independence. Enough with the oppression!

All those years ago, our forefathers pronounced their legal separation of the then Thirteen Colonies.

This Independence Day, if you’re being oppressed by a malicious regimen of pests; it’s time to say enough as well!

Pronounce your independence from pests like scorpions, spiders, ants, roaches, termites, bedbugs, and all other creepy crawlies!

This July 4th, take a stand and solicit the services of a local, family owned, pest control company.

This July 4th Declare Your Independence From Pests

Wasps On WatermelonThis July 4th, you’ll know doubt be spending some time outdoors. Pools, BBQ’s, picnics, fireworks are all loads of fun. One thing that can turn your outdoor festivities sour in a hurry, are bugs!

Try having a picnic with a Fire Ant mound nearby… NOPE!

Try lighting fireworks when you’re excessively being bit by mosquitoes… NOPE!

Try spending time in your backyard pool with a wasp’s nest nearby… NOPE!

Good luck having company over if you have a scorpion or roach infestation… NOPE!

The truth is, all of these spiteful pests can really make life miserable; much like The King of England did back in the early days of these United States. If you are tired of bowing to these repulsive pests, it’s time to say enough is enough!

Declare your independence from these pests… A declaration of independence from pests!

Call a local, family owned pest control company today!!!

Bulwark Wishing You A Happy Independence Day

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All of us here at Bulwark Pest Control are grateful to so many, whose sacrifice and unselfishness have made this country the greatest on the planet.

May all of your July fourth holidays be filled with family and friends, good food, and lots of fun. Take some time to reflect on all of the benefits that come with living in this great country. Be safe and don’t melt out there.

May your Independence Day be pest free!

Happy Independence Day!

 

Happy Independence day! Live Pest Free.

by Thomas B.

Have a pest free holiday!

While I am sure that there are pest control guys out there that are reminiscing about blowing up little bugs with fireworks, I have never done so myself. Most firework damage that I have caused was inflicted upon myself. And as entertaining as it may seem to stick a M80 into a volcanic Texas fire ant mound, I wouldn’t advise it. Where do think all those flying red ants are going to end up? And do you think they are going to be kind to your arms and legs when they land there? No there are much better ways to get rid of fire ants.

On a more serious note, Independence Day.

“Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty…” That liberty began with the words of the Declaration of Independence. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” That day, that document, those words, are believed to be the most impactful words of American history. Adam’s said, “It ought to be commemorated as the day of deliverance, by solemn acts of devotion to God Almighty. It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations, from one end of this continent to the other, from this time forward forever more.” Our legacy today isn’t just to acknowledge and celebrate our gratitude for the hard fought freedoms we enjoy, but to stir up a remembrance of our civic duty. We are to remember our responsibility as the governed to uphold those truths of freedom. May we enjoy this holiday. May we sing, to those author’s of liberty,

“Long may our land be bright,

With freedom’s holy light.”

“Let Freedom ring.”

 

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