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PPMA Announces Bed Bug Awareness Week

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The Professional Pest Management Alliance is observing Bed Bug Awareness Week, April 20-26.

| April 23, 2014

It's Bed Bug Awareness Week. The Professional Pest Management Alliance (PPMA), which serves as the public outreach arm of the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), is observing Bed Bug Awareness Week, April 20-26. Throughout the week, there will be extra focus on educating the public about bed bugs and how to protect against this challenging pest through media outreach as well as through active social media reach. Among the information that has been shared is that almost 60 percent of Americans now take steps to prevent against bed bugs. PPMA will urge continued vigilance in society's fight against bed bugs.

All materials, including the new bed bug
infographic, are available to PPMA Guardians and Contributors on PPMATools.org, the group’s exclusive marketing hub for investors. For more information about PPMA and its marketing programs, please visit www.NPMApestworld.org/PPMA.

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