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Don't let pesky mosquitoes ruin your outdoor fun. Mosquito Squad is ready to serve you! Contact us today by filling out the brief form below and we’ll be in touch soon.

4 days ago

Mosquito Squad

Enter the #ProtectMySquad Contest for a chance to win a FREE SEASON of Mosquito Protection!
• 100 Winners nationally
• Post a photo or video of your squad on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram
• Include #ProtectMySquad, your Zip Code & tag us
• Each social media platform counts as an additional entry - so post it everywhere for a better chance at winning!

Mosquito Squad
Enter the #ProtectMySquad Contest for a chance to win a FREE SEASON of Mosquito Protection!
• 100 Winners nationally
• Post a photo or video of your squad on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram
• Include #ProtectMySquad, your Zip Code & tag us
• Each social media platform counts as an additional entry - so post it everywhere for a better chance at winning!
• Visit ProtectMySquad.com for full details
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5 days ago

Mosquito Squad

Our #ProtectMySquad Contest begins NOW.

Last year, one lucky winner won a Full Season of Mosquito Protection (Congrats, Kirby!). This year, we are giving away 100 FULL SEASONS OF MOSQUITO PROTECTION across the country! And more good news… you're allowed 4 ENTRIES PER PERSON. Ready for us to quit blabbering so you can enter the contest already? Visit ProtectMySquad.com for full details or read below. Get ready. Get set. Show us YOUR Squad!

1. Take a PHOTO or VIDEO of a Squad (friends, family, pets) you’d like to protect
2. Post it on social media or at the form on ProtectMySquad.com with the HASHTAG #ProtectMySquad
3. TAG US in your post (Twitter or Instagram @MosquitoSquadCo & Facebook @MosquitoSquadCorp)
4. Include your ZIP CODE! This is very important.

Got that? PHOTO or VIDEO, include #ProtectMySquad, TAG US (@MosquitoSquadCorp or @MosquitoSquadCo), & your ZIP CODE.

Additional Entries: This year, each social media platform counts as an additional entry! You’re allowed one post per social media platform and the form at ProtectMySquad.com throughout the duration of the contest for a total of FOUR entries.

Mark your calendar! The contest closes on May 18th and winners will be announced the week after!The #ProtectMySquad Contest is back! And this year we're GIVING AWAY 100 FREE SEASONS OF MOSQUITO PROTECTION. 🎉🎉🎉🎉See details below & at ProtectMySquad.com

How to enter----------------
1. Take a PHOTO or VIDEO of your Squad (friends, family, pets)
2. Post it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or on ProtectMySquad.com with the HASHTAG #ProtectMySquad
3. TAG US in your post
4. Include your ZIP CODE!

Got that? PHOTO or VIDEO, include #ProtectMySquad, TAG US & your ZIP CODE.

Additional Entries------------
Each social media platform (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) counts as its own entry! You can also enter at ProtectMySquad.com for a total of FOUR chances to win.

Deadline---------------------
Enter before May 18th. Winners announced the following week.

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Don't let pesky mosquitoes ruin your outdoor fun. Mosquito Squad is ready to serve you! Contact us today by filling out the brief form below and we’ll be in touch soon.

Zika News in the Huntsville Area

At Mosquito Squad of Huntsville, we share your concerns about the Zika virus.

As your mosquito prevention experts in northern Alabama, we want to arm you with the latest news regarding Zika. The more informed you are about the threats posed by Zika, the better prepared you will be for this health threat during the warm summer months when mosquitoes are active.

Mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus have made their way to various parts of the world and it's important for everyone to protect themselves against the threat posed by the virus. In other countries, Zika is believed to be responsible for a birth defect called encephalopathy. Pregnant women who contracted the Zika virus through mosquito bites have delivered babies with encephalopathy, a condition where the baby's brain doesn't fully develop. The result is brain damage and babies with very small heads.

Researchers are continuing to examine the Zika-encephalopathy link to determine how to best prevent more babies from being affected. At this point, the prevention of and protection against mosquitoes will go a long way to keeping Zika at bay.

While Zika has been making headlines in recent months, mosquitoes also carry other deadly diseases such as malaria, dengue fever, yellow fever and the West Nile virus. While most of these conditions are rare in the United States, you should still take steps to provide mosquito protection and control in your yard to guard against any potential threat.

Depend on Mosquito Squad of Huntsville's Zika News Source as your trusted source for current news related to the Zika virus, and trust us to provide effective mosquito and tick control at your home. Find updated Zika news on our blog located at the top of our page.