Our staff at McCall Service in Rincon lives in the Savannah area, and eats in the Savannah area. That’s why we were excited to see that Papa's Bar-B-Que & Seafood is a part of Georgia Restaurant Week. This event, running from July 13th through the 19th, was developed by the Georgia Restaurant Association and the Georgia Department of Economic Development and is aimed at highlighting dining venues across the state that offer local products in order to attract new visitors to the state through culinary tourism.
If you own a restaurant in the Savannah area, it's not too late to get involved. Georgia Restaurant Week looks like a great opportunity for exposure. Visit the Georgia Restaurant Association web page and ask for details. We'd like to see more Savannah restaurants benefit from this well-publicized event.
At McCall Service, our business is supporting your business. We have been offering effective pest control services for businesses in Florida and Georgia since 1928--that includes restaurants.
Pest management in restaurants is vital. Beetles, weevils and moths hitchhike into pantries and leap from package to package. Cockroaches skitter through dumpsters and carry harmful bacteria to counters and dishes. Fly larvae come in food shipments, hatch inside your kitchen, and contaminate food. Rodents chew their way in and carry disease in their bellies and parasites in their fur. None of these belong in your kitchen.
When you partner with us, you get a company that thoroughly understands the industry regulations that affect your business. You'll always get a courteous technician who is experienced in the pest pressures specific to your business. You'll know that your management plan will be overseen by an on-staff entomologist. And, you'll be protected by a company affiliated with Copesan; the largest alliance of pest management professionals in North America.
We are committed to Integrated Pest Management, an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest management that relies on a combination of common-sense practices. IPM deters pests naturally by understanding their life cycles, habitats, and behaviors. Pesticides are only used when all other options have been exhausted. This makes them cleaner, safer and more governmentally compliant.
Get your restaurant plugged into Georgia Restaurant Week and get plugged into a pest management program that will protect your brand from the damaging effects of restaurant pests from the pro’s here at McCall. Always remember to ‘Call McCall, we do it all”.