The opening of “Iron Man 3” this last weekend marked the beginning of the summer movie season. It has finally arrived! There are some big movies we are all looking forward to this summer. “The Wolverine,” “Man of Steel,” “Fast & Furious 6,” “World War Z,” “Star Trek Into Darkness,” and “The Lone Ranger” have all peaked my interest.
The opening of “Iron Man 3” also marked a big weekend for Bulwark Exterminating. Bulwark débuted a video advertisement entitled “Roaches Eat Toothpaste” before the start of all of your favorite summer movies.
The funny and slightly disturbing video shows an adult cockroach, played by our very own Thomas Ballantyne, chowing down on gobs of toothpaste; something roaches are known to dine n from time to time. Yes, disgusting as it is, roaches do eat toothpaste. See for yourself:
Houston Roach Commercial: Roaches Eat Toothpaste
The video advertisement will be showing before your movie starts in select Houston, TX theaters… So, get to your movie early, grab a bucket of buttered popcorn and a Dr. Pepper, and settle in for a hilarious and horribly disturbing beginning to your summer flick.
The video will run for a couple months, and hopes to raise public awareness to the serious roach problems in the Houston, TX area.
See The Houston Roach Commercial In These Select Theaters
1030 West Grand Parkway North
Katy, TX 77449
cinemark.comCinemark Tinseltown 17 and XD
1600 Lake Robbins Drive
The Woodlands, TX 77380
Cockroaches smell, spread disease, and can cause asthma. Whether it’s American Roaches, German Roaches, Asian Roaches, Texas Waterbugs, Tree Roaches, or any other type of cockroach; don’t let cockroaches ruin your summer. Get professional roach control from Bulwark Exterminating. Bulwark’s roach control solution not only gets rid of roaches inside your home, but extends to protecting the outside of home in a way that prevents cockroaches from ever infesting your home again.
Another installment of Bulwark Exterminating's Roach Bits. Valentines Day Edition.
Valentine's Day, Makes or Breaks Relationships each year,
Is the Love Bug on your side?
Can you imagine having all your painstaking Valentine's day romantic work foiled by one small oversight?
A year ago some people thought it cute to offer a "Name a Roach for Valentine's Day". We thought this ill advised, as we have proof to the contrary that Valentine's Day cockroaches are a bad idea, especially when handed to a women in a red container that looks like a chocolate filled heart box. It really isn't a pretty site. So we have decided to demonstrate just how much a roach is not a love bug, and how much it could just be a romance killer. Hope you enjoy our video.
Roaches are the ultimate scavengers and can eat close to anything they can find around your house, among these things is toothpaste, namely the leftover residue on your brush after you clean your teeth. The thought makes you ask yourself if your feeding the roaches each time you leave your toothbrush by the sink. To show this Bulwark has put together a video perhaps over-dramatizing but showing just what the roaches may be doing when your not around.