Modern pest control firm Barrier pest Control is the latest pest control company to launch its own brand.
The company, founded by two former top-flight Italian football players, launched Catseye on its website on Monday and it will be launched nationwide on Wednesday.
Barriers pest control has a track record of making a major impact on the citys’ food supply.
The pest control specialists are a big draw for the city of Rome, with more than 300,000 visitors a year.
They are used to dealing with the pest problem in the city centre, which has a population of around 60,000 people.
It also has a number of restaurants, bars, cafes and eateries.
The first of these will be opened on the evening of Wednesday, when the brand will open its first bar.
The new bar will be located in a space that is currently being used by the club’s catering service.
The space is currently used by other catering services.
“We are extremely proud of the work that we have done with Barriers, and especially with the success of our first bar in the centre of the city,” said Giorgio Di Lella, the president of Barriers.
“It will be the best bar in Rome, but with the added bonus of a bar on top of the existing bar, it will also be a very good location for our restaurant, which is currently not on the market, which we are now going to build.”
It will be one of the first major events to feature Barriers brand in the central city, Di Lelli said.
“I have a lot of admiration for the people of Rome and I feel honoured that they have supported this project, and that the brand has been chosen by so many people,” he said.
Barrier is owned by Italian brand Barrie.
The brand is already widely known in Italy.
The team behind the brand is composed of two former footballers, Giorgi Palumbo and Giacomo Faccio.
The two have worked together since the 1990s, and both are currently on loan to Barrie, who have a 20% stake in the company.
“Barriers is a brand that represents a great team spirit, the passion of Italian football and the values that unite all the players,” Palumbo told La Repubblica newspaper.
“The team is composed by both of us, which I think is the best thing about the brand.
It has become the face of the Italian football.
It’s a symbol of our city and the city itself.”