Seattle Office Representatives: Low Income Housing
The Second Annual AHMA/CARH Convention took place April 18th through the 20th with Sprague representatives, Grant Gummow, May (the bed bug dog) and Tom Please, her handler, were present and accounted for. The Seattle office's Grant Gummow, National Account Manager, was invited as guest speaker having nurtured a business relationship with both the Affordable Housing Management Association of Washington and the Washington State Council for Affordable and Rural Housing. The nature of that business relationship can be extracted from how Grant was introduced, as "the bed bug king."
Sprague has been able to be a top sponsor of these groups and this year we continued that trend. Grant delivered the message we are "here to help" and that we understand cost, now more than ever, is "a big concern." Sprague has lowered it's rates for bed bug specific treatment, put into place a specific team equipped with bed bug smelling dogs as well as reinvested into the market to use better tools.
Sprague is honored to have such a strong team in place. Congratulations Grant for the well delivered speech, the hard work you've done and the apparent crowning on bed bug king. We'll take it!
(photo credit to AHMA CARH 2011 Convention Shutterfly Album)