Scott Campbell

Scott Campbell has been a part of the pest control arena for 26 years, beginning in 1984 as a pest control technician in Georgia. In 1987, he moved to Gainesville, Fla., where he served at a local pest management firm as a sales technician until 1989, when he married and relocated to the Orlando area. At that time, he went to work for Sears Termite and Pest Control. Scott moved up the ranks quickly: with over 700 technicians, he regularly ranked in the top 10 producers in the company. Scott was promoted to field supervisor, assisting other technicians with difficult insect problems. He consistently found a solution to the most challenging infestations.

Having a genuine interest in insects, Scott began to study and research insect biology and behavior. He continues to seek new knowledge and information through personal study and continuing education courses offered in the pest control industry. Scott has worked with nationally acclaimed pest control figures including Austin Frishman, Claude Thomas and Chuck Steinmetz.

Field research is another area of expertise for Scott Campbell. He has conducted research to determine product efficacy for such manufacturers as SC Johnson Wax and Clorox, makers of Raid and Combat products. A field study of cockroach control for the Orlando Housing Authority helped to develop the now standard practice of baiting for roaches rather than spraying residual pesticides.

In 1992, Scott was hired as the sales manager for Allied Pest Control where he regularly trained new employees; in a short time period he helped grow the company from six routes to 18. While at Allied, Scott began a radio broadcast of the “Ask Dr.Bug” show. Individual listeners called and described what was “bugging” them. The bug was then identified and a safe and practical "do-it-yourself" solution was offered. The show was highly rated and very successful and Scott enjoyed giving back to the community.

Scott Campbell has served the Greater Orlando area for two decades. He was a member of Apartment Association of Greater Orlando (AAGO) for 12 years and is a member and past president of ELITE , a networking organization, and currently holds membership in Florida Pest Management Association (FPMA) and National Pest Management Association (NPMA). He is a state of Florida Certified Pest Control Operator in accordance with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and Bureau of Entomology and Pest Control.

Outside of his professional affiliations, Scott serves as a deacon in his church and an assistant coach to his son’s Pop Warner football team.