Pest Control with Greg Verjan

Turin Pest Control

Over 25 years of experience, coupled with customer service unmatched in the industry, Greg Verjan, owner of Turin Pest Control, is committed to excellent service – every single time. Family owned and operated, Turin Pest Control is the only choice for pest control services in Fayette and Coweta.

Turin Pest Control

In this episode of Websuasion Conversation, we discuss sales experience, the importance of branding, and advice for others.

Pest Control with Greg Verjan

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Greg tells us about growing up in California and living in Missouri and Memphis before moving to Georgia.

Sales Experience

Greg tells us about working for Schwan's as a route builder and how he gained experience in sales.

The Path to Pest Control

Greg talks to us about transitioning from Home Depot to working in pest control full time.

Gaining Experience

Greg talks about working for two different pest control companies as a salesperson and a manager.

Starting Turin Pest Control

Greg tells us about starting his own pest control company and the reasons he has seen significant growth within the first two years.

The Turin Difference

Greg talks about "the Turin difference" and why doing what you say you are going to do leads to success.

Termite Letters

Greg talks about termite letters and how they are used in real estate transactions.

Source of Growth

Greg talks about marketing and the power of branding.

Weather Affecting Pest Control

Greg discusses this year's weather and how it has affected which pests are active.

Advice for Others

Greg talks about what he would have done differently as well as how marketing and branding can accelerate growth.

Knowing What They Need

Greg discusses his best clients and the importance of quality inspections.

Termite Inspections

Greg talks about the process of termite inspections and the indications of issues.

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