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Verifi Bed Bug Detectors Now Available in Four-Unit Packs

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FMC Professional Solutions recently launched a new four-unit packaging option for the Verifi bed bug detector.

| May 10, 2013

PHILADELPHIA – FMC Professional Solutions recently launched a new four-unit packaging option for the Verifi bed bug detector. Now, pest management professionals can order smaller quantities of the detectors through authorizied FMC agents throughout the U.S. and through authorized distributors in Canada. The original 12-unit packing is still available, as well.
The new four-unit packs contain the following:
•    Four holsters
•    Four cores
•    Four CO2 booster packs
•    Four lures
•    One lure activation tool
•    Four zip-ties   

“This new packaging is a result of our commitment to responding to customer requests,”  said Catherine Bernard, professional pest brand marketing manager for FMC Professional Solutions. “Our customers asked for a smaller packaging option and we delivered.  We will maintain the same per-unit price for the new packaging.”    

The Verifi bed bug detector provides continuous detection of bed bugs for up to 90 days at a time in a small, easy-to-use device, FMC reports. A pest management professional can quickly and easily install the device for year-round monitoring in homes, multi-housing units, hotels, offices, schools and other places where bed bugs may be a problem.

To place an order, please contact your FMC agent or distributor.. For more information on the Verifi bed bug detector, visit www.verifibedbug.com or follow @FMCbedbug on Twitter.
 

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