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Western New York Bed Bug Summit Set for Nov. 16

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Sponsored by Buffalo Exterminating, the seminar will take place on Nov. 16, from 8 a.m. – noon, at the Hilton Garden Inn Buffalo Airport

| November 1, 2010

BUFFALO –The Western New York Bed Bug Summit, sponsored by Buffalo Exterminating, will take place on Nov. 16, from 8 a.m. – noon, at the Hilton Garden Inn Buffalo Airport.

Featured speakers include Jeffrey White, Research Entomologist, from BedBug Central and attorney Jeffrey Lipman, one of the leading legal experts on the topic of bed bug litigation.

In addition, a panel discussion will include White, Lipman and Dr. Wayne Gall, regional entomologist, New York State Department of Health and  Mike Nurenburg, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.

Click here to register or for more information.

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