Rentokil PCI’s new campaign to promote pest-free celebrations


The campaign will run during the festival season on digital media platforms from September 22.

After a long two-year absence due to the pandemic, this year the stage seems set for a brighter celebration this holiday season. Most consumers are eager to go all out and party with their friends and loved ones.

With the festive season fast approaching, Rentokil PCI, India’s leading pest control service provider, has launched its series of festive campaigns, “Celebrate the Holiday, Not the Plague”.

The campaign aims to highlight the importance of protecting people and communities from pest-borne diseases and the risks of poor hygiene by ensuring a safer, cleaner and healthier environment.

As part of this campaign, Rentokil PCI will be offering various attractive offers and discounts on pest control services – 30% off* GSS ​​(GoldSeal Service), its cockroach service with the unique Roachkil dual action and 10% off * on anti-termite services, bird services pro and retractable mosquito net respectively.

The celebratory “Celebrate Festivity, Not Pestivity” campaign will run primarily on search, video and social media platforms with a variety of static and video creatives highlighting services and discount offers throughout the season. festive season from September 2022.

David Lewis, Managing Director of Rentokil PCI, said, “We are delighted to launch our series of festive campaigns, ‘Celebrate the Party, Not the Pest’. The aim of the campaign is to show how Rentokil PCI solutions are created to keep homes secure and pest free. As a trusted pest control service provider in India, we protect people from the risks of poor hygiene and the perils of ever-increasing pest-borne diseases. Our services and solutions promise our consumers peace of mind as they celebrate the upcoming holiday season with their loved ones. ”

“Rentokil PCI’s festive campaign will also meet the general requirements of any home or commercial space, helping to create a safer, better and more protected community for everyone,” he added.

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