Andy Fuller – CEO & Chief Hunter
Sadly, orphaned by a gang of mosquitoes on a Brazilian vacation in his youth, Andy made it his life’s mission to eradicate mosquitoes far and wide to spare other children a similar fate. With his Ra’s al Ghul style training, and propensity to stop mosquitoes, you may be thinking Andy is some sort of Batman-esque character. And you would be wrong. This “mosquito” man of the people doesn’t hide in the shadows or behind flashy billion-dollar toys. He stands proudly in the sunshine with a backpack sprayer in one hand, and justice clutched in the other. Legend has it, he once put a mosquito in cardiac arrest just by raising an eyebrow.
Nick Sorgani – Managing Director
Once bitten by a radioactive mosquito, Nick developed the ability to utilize 80% more of his brain than the average human. He uses this extra capacity to concoct elaborate formulas and functionality for our products. Those who know him describe his ingenuities as a mix between Willy Wonka’s creativity and Inspector Gadget’s functionality. It’s said that he is currently working on an all-natural product as effective on mosquitoes as a rhinoceros tranquilizer is to rhinos, yet safe and tasty enough to humans to be poured on their morning cereal.
Nick Boukas – Operations Manager
Nick is a master of 641 different combat styles that all add up to one thing – A bad day for mosquitoes. Nick can land a critical hit on any of a mosquito’s 21 pressure points at any given moment. His speed, precision, and relentlessness toward mosquitoes have earned him a multitude of varying titles across the world. The two most common are “Quick-tick Nick,” and “The Vector Dissector”. Sources say you never see Nick coming, but mosquitoes know they’re in trouble when they hear his catchphrase from the shadows, “Where do you think you’re going, pencil neck?”.
Dylan Gutt – General Manager
After making a wrong move while reprogramming a GPS unit one holiday, Dylan received the double-edged gift of 2000 volts through the left arm and a newfound sixth sense for navigation and tracking. It is said that Dylan can pick up a tick and tell you where its ancestors came from up to 400,000 generations ago. He can smell a mosquito and tell you the names and favorite foods of each person it has bitten. If the legends are to be believed, he can even tell you the name of the next 5 dogs a flea will jump on, just by listening to its heartbeat.