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BedBug Central Hosts Successful Boot Camp

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Ten attendees joined BedBug Central in Lawrenceville, N.J. from Feb. 18-21, for the first of two 4-day Boot Camp’s being offered this year.

| March 3, 2014

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. — Ten attendees joined BedBug Central in Lawrenceville, N.J. from Feb. 18-21, for the first of two 4-day Boot Camp’s being offered this year. BedBug University: Boot Camp is a unique way to learn bed bug biology and behavior, treatment protocols, legal challenges and business opportunities associated with bed bugs and more. This four-day intensive course is designed to educate as well as provide valuable hands on field experience of BedBug Central’s No Prep Protocol. The next four-day Boot Camp is scheduled for August.

"Bed Bug University: Boot Camp was an invaluable four-days of learning for us to create a successful bed bug program for our company. We felt so strongly about it that we recently sent two more employees out to experience the Boot Camp as well and learn firsthand about Bed Bug Central's protocols and business strategies," said Bruce Head, president, Pioneer Pest Management. Pioneer Pest Management was one of the very first companies approved to be bedbugFREE four-and-a-half years ago.

 

BedBug Central also announced its upcoming Road Show Series. This abbreviated Bed Bug Boot Camp will travel to different parts of the United States to offer a two-day, intensive education program on all aspects of dealing with bedbugs. The program will focus on the knowledge needed to run or manage a successful bed bug program and include much of the four-day program in an accelerated format. Details will be coming this spring.
For more information call (877) 411-1142 or visit: www.bedbuguniversity.com.
 

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