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Bed Bug Boot Camp Heads to Pennsylvania

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BedBug Central and the Pennsylvania Pest Management Association are offering the intensive two-day program Jan. 10-11, in King of Prussia, Pa.

| December 4, 2012

BedBug Central and the Pennsylvania Pest Management Association are offering the PPMA BedBug University: Boot Camp Road Show, an intensive two-day program Jan. 10-13, in King of Prussia, Pa. The event will be held at

Radisson Hotel Valley Forge
1160 1st Avenue – King of Prussia, PA 19406

The program will focus on the knowledge needed to create, run and manage a successful bed bug program including an introduction to Limited Prep protocols. Sessions will run from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM each day.

Sessions include: Bed Bugs 101- Basics of bed bug biology, behavior, history, etc. Bed Bugs 102- Protocol Overview- technical aspects of treating bed bugs Bed Bugs 201- Tools of the Trade- live demonstrations of the tools and how to use them Bed Bugs 301- The business of bed bugs

Whether you are a pest control operator, property manager, facilities manager or otherwise involved in detection, prevention or remediation of bed bugs, these sessions are designed to help you and your staff understand and implement a more effective bed bug strategy.

Taught by Jeffrey White and other instructors from BedBug Central, this is unique opportunity to learn in an interactive and hands-on environment. In addition to the educational sessions, there will be a product/services showcase including exhibits from the leaders in the bed bug industry. PPMA Members: $325. Non- PPMA Members: $345 Early Bird (expires 12/15/2012), $375 Regular. Fee includes two days of sessions, exhibits, continental breakfast, lunch and refreshments.

For more information visit http://www.bedbugcentral.com/bedbuguniversity/pennsylvania_boot_camp.cfm

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