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BedBug Boot Camps Hit the Road in 2013

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BedBug Central’s Boot Camps head to Pennsylvania, Washington State and Florida in 2013.

| October 5, 2012

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. – BedBug Central takes to the road in 2013 for three scheduled Boot Camp Road Shows. Kicking the New Year off in Pennsylvania on Jan. 10 – 11, the BedBug Central team will then head to Washington State Feb. 14 – 15, and then make two stops in Florida, March 11 – 12 in Orlando and March 14 – 15 in Fort Lauderdale.  

BedBug University: Boot Camp Road Shows 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.

Learn about BedBug Central’s unique LIMITED PREP protocol which guarantees elimination and NO BUGS, NO BITES for five months!

Sessions include:
•    Bed Bugs 101 - Basics of bed bug biology, behavior, history, etc.
•    Bed Bugs 102 - Protocol Overview- technical aspects of treating bed bugs
•    Bed Bugs 201 - Tools of the Trade- live demonstrations of the tools and how to use them
•    Bed Bugs 301 - The business of bed bugs

REGISTER TODAY!
To register or learn more about BedBug University, call or email BedBug Central:
877/411-1142
university@bedbugcentral.com
www.bedbuguniversity.com

 

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