MosqutioNix Community Involvement
At MosquitoNix, we believe to win the battle we must share our knowledge and educate our neighbors on disease prevention. A key component to eradicating mosquitos is the elimination of their breeding sites. We do our best to educate our communities by participating in various education days at local schools, knowledge sharing with mosquito control organizations, and a widespread community education throughout neighborhoods and business associations.
At MosquitoNix, we do our best to protect our community from the disease and nuisance of mosquitos. We partner with local communities who have asked for our help to keep their neighborhood parks, playgrounds, and gardens mosquito free. Let us know if we can help save the day for your neighborhood! We have a tendency to significantly reduce our fees (sometimes to zero) for the right level of marketing in return. Feel those benefits, baby!
You can certainly count on us when there is a West Nile outbreak. We’re the first on the scene eradicating disease-carrying mosquitos with all the knowledge and technology that is exclusive to MosquitoNix! In some communities, we are able to assist with surveillance and set traps to monitor the activity. We've got your back.
We all want to be good stewards in our community, but how do we define our “Mosquito Community?” MosquitoNix has thrived because of our local clients, friends, and family, but it’s no secret that mosquitos are certainly a global problem. It’s important to us that we focus on both by giving globally as well as locally.
MosquitoNix is excited to be a partner of Nothing But Nets. (www.NothingButNets.net/mosquitonix) We are proud to support this wonderful organization that sends mosquito nets and protects families from Malaria – a preventable disease that kills a child every 2 MINUTES. Join today and sign the Million Nets Pledge to let everyone know we want to change this and save lives! We feel so compelled to partner with this organization whose mission is clear – SAVE LIVES. The mosquito is the deadliest animal in the world accounting for 750,000 deaths annually.