Sunday, September 25, 2011

DVD Length Clearly Marked

It is absolutely amazing to me the number of people still producing DVD's for sale that don't note the overall length of the DVD on the outside jacket of the production.  For that matter, while I'm on the soapbox, how about a barcode otherwise know as a UPC code, which are very common now, and Google requires them for enhanced product listings.  

Alan A. Huot

Friday, September 23, 2011

WFSB: Great Dane killed by coyote in Newington

Great Dane killed by coyote in Newington

A Newington resident said her Great Dane died after being attacked by a large coyote.

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Friday, September 09, 2011

Trap-Alert Testimonial from Charles Parker

Charles Parker 11:16am Sep 8
I used the trap alert system in a hospital, it was awesome to know that when we caught a bird -everyone would get an email immediately. I have used this product on many jobs and if anyone has any questions about usage and or cost vs value give me a call. This thing will pay for itself within 2 jobs, if not the very first one. There are numerous ways to use it and to up charge for the additional service - you can also save money in gas and time - and everyone knows TIME is money
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Trap-Alert Testimonial

Testimonial from Reginald Murray - Co Owner Oklahoma Wildlife Control® LLC

When we were first asked to "test" this system, I first figured it was another gimmick product made by yet another company that wished to make an attempt to find consumers in the wildlife control industry … were we ever wrong.

We have tested a single New Frequency "Trap-Alert" system on two traps set up for skunk removal under a Tulsa, OK residential home. The first day, this system reported the doors open, which constitutes our legal trap check for the 24 hour period. I did not know at the time, that by not having to go by the client and visually check the equipment, we saved $80 in daily expenditures and needless "bothering" of the client. The second day on the job, we receive an email stating the door closed status at exactly 7:15PM. Upon investigation, we had a skunk in each trap which was followed later in the evening by another email notification of a closed door status at 8:46 PM. On the third day (today, February 24, 2011) we removed another skunk which was captured under the house. This client was excited to know that we could not only let her know if a door closed, but we could also let her know the time the door closed, and give proper notification of when we would be coming by to remove the problem skunks.

Today, February 24, 2011, we had to go to another client, located 27 miles from us and check our equipment. This second home, does not have the Trap-Alert system on it. We have, in a single day, already learned our lesson. All of our equipment will soon have the Trap-Alert system incorporated on it. Why you ask? Because once we figured mileage and time … this single round trip cost our company $25 in gas, and $150 in time. That's right. A single equipment check, with nothing caught, costs our company $175.

Two non-productive days like this, will cover the costs of a single Trap-Alert system, that can monitor multiple equipment settings.

This is a serious business that we find ourselves in, and it gets more serious and more competitive each day. We will stay on the cutting edge with technology, so that we are not losing money, and we are not inconveniencing our clients by just "showing up".

Thank you New Frequency for "leading the way" with your innovations. We look forward to a mutual long and prosperous business relationship with your company. And we anticipate with eagerness the next GREAT THING your company devises for our industry.

Thank you.