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BASF has extended both its Termidor Spring Promotion and Spring General Pest Promotion until April 12. Also the Termidor Buy 3, Get 1 Free promo ends on April 15.

| April 4, 2013

BASF has extended both its Termidor Spring Promotion and Spring General Pest Promotion until April 12. Also the Termidor Buy 3, Get 1 Free promo ends on April 15.

Termidor Spring Termite Promotion – Offer Extended
Save big this spring when you stock up on Termidor termiticide/insecticide.

Offer now extended! Get the best value of the season when you stock up on Termidor H·E High-Efficiency Termiticide Copack with Termidor H·E Technology, purchased from your local distributor March 9 to April 12.

Visit the BASF Pest Talk blog for full promotion details, or contact your local distributor to learn more.

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Termidor Promo: Buy 3, Get 1 Free
Arm yourself with Termidor SC termiticide/insecticide and Termidor NY insecticide to keep these pesky ant control problems at bay.

Buy three 20-oz. containers of qualified Termidor products between March 1 and April 15, 2013, and get one free.

To place an order, contact your authorized BASF retailer or visit www.pestcontrol.basf.us.

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BASF Spring General Pest Promotion
This season, the BASF Spring General Pest Promotion is offering discounts on some of the most trusted and versatile products in pest control, including names like Alpine and Phantom. Prices on qualified products are valid from March 18, 2013 to April 12, 2013.

To qualify, you must be a licensed pest management professional and purchases must be made through an authorized BASF Pest Control Solutions distributor.

For a list of qualifying products, or for more information, visit the BASF Pest Talk blog.

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