– Ribbon cutting to be held on July 23 in Jakarta –Mosquito Squad, the largest and most trusted mosquito and tick control franchise in North America, will officially begin service in Indonesia on July 23, following the announcement of the brand’s expansion into Southeast Asia in May. Service will initially start on the island of Java in and around Jakarta and then expand throughout Indonesia in the years ahead.
To celebrate the launch, Mosquito Squad will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony at 3 p.m. on July 23 at the Grand Hyatt Jakarta. The franchisees of the territory, Cecilia Wirawan and Louis Mahadi, will be onsite, joined by Joseph Donovan, U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia, Sandiaga Uno, Deputy Governor of Jakarta, Imran Agus Nurali, Director of Healthy Environment for the Ministry of Health, and Chris Grandpre, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Outdoor Living Brands, parent company of Mosquito Squad.
“We’re thrilled to officially begin service in Southeast Asia as we launch our newest international territory in Indonesia,” said Chris Grandpre, chairman and chief executive officer of Outdoor Living Brands, parent company of Mosquito Squad. “I also want to extend a big thank you to the Indonesian dignitaries joining us for the ribbon cutting ceremony on July 23, as their presence emphasizes the importance of this occasion. Residents in Indonesia are in urgent need of results-driven efforts that can eliminate the spread of mosquitoes throughout the country – we’re proud to be that resource for them.”
Founded in 2005 and proud supporter of Malaria No More, Mosquito Squad specializes in eliminating mosquitoes and ticks from outdoor living spaces so homeowners can enjoy their yards, and outdoor living and dining spaces. Since Mosquito Squad’s partnership with Malaria No More, a nonprofit global health organization with the goal of ending malaria deaths, they have raised almost $500,000 to help fuel the fight against malaria.