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BASF Announces SmartSolution for Cockroaches

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BASF announces big savings on products in May as part of the BASF SmartSolution for Cockroaches promotion.

| May 15, 2012

BASF announces big savings on products in May as part of the BASF SmartSolution for Cockroaches promotion.

Purchase any of the products below from participating distributors between May 7, 2012 to June 1, 2012 and receive the following discounts on each container:

  • Prescription Treatment brand Alpine Cockroach Gel Bait Reservoir (4 x 30g) - $4.00 discount per container
  • Prescription Treatment brand Alpine Cockroach Gel Bait Piston Can (120g) - $4.00 discount per container
  • Prescription Treatment brand P.I. Contact Insecticide Formula 1 (18 oz) - $1.50 discount per container
  • Prescription Treatment brand Avert Dry Flowable Cockroach Bait (30 g) - $3.00 discount per container
  • Prescription Treatment brand Cy-Kick CS Controlled Release Cyfluthrin (16 oz) – $5.00 discount per container

For more information visit http://pestcontrol.basf.us/campaigns/smartstuff/deals-cockroaches.html.

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