Top 10 Reasons Vogue Needs Stay Away® Rodent

Posted by Becky Smith

Nov 25, 2014 3:58:00 PM

You may have heard the news that Vogue's new digs in 1 World Trade Center has a rat problem. If you haven't yet, check it out in this Gawker article: Vogue's Shiny New Office Has a Big Rat Problem.

New construction can disrupt a rodent's home, pushing them into new areas to live. Whatever the case for rats on the 25th and 26th floors of this brand new building, we have compiled a list of the most important reasons Vogue HQ needs Stay Away® Botanical Rodent Repellent.

10) The rats in 1WTC could do some serious damage to clothes

9) Rats spread disease, and let’s be honest, models don’t have a lot of extra bodily resources to fight diseases

8) Rat-poop polka dots are so last season

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7) Holes in jeans may be designer, but the plague is so passé

6) Clothing designers are sick of sewing those tiny ensembles 

5) Because rat tails were never fashionable - not even in the 80's!

4) Rat-grey doesn’t go with the black and white furnishings

3) The only kind of droppings allowed at Vogue HQ are jaw droppings

2) Rats reproduce prolifically and Vogue doesn’t have a bring your baby to work program

1) Because rats are never in vogue

 

Here are some of our favorite comments on the Gawker article:

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About Stay Away® Botanical Rodent Repellent:

Stay Away® is the first natural pest prevention line made entirely of essential oils and plant fiber. The earthkind® promise guarantees effectiveness and safety for humans, pets, and the environment. With no setup or messy cleanup, the earthkind patented pouch design delivers a long-lasting, slow release of proven essential oils, reliably 'keeping pests out' of the indoor spaces where we live, work, and play.

 

 

Topics: Pest Coverage

Becky Smith
Becky is a Digital Marketing Specialist and when not monitoring all things web, she enjoys camping, riding bike, and playing with her kids. Becky is also a Photographer specializing in outdoor photography.

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