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Next Bird-B-Gone University Class is April 20

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The class takes place at the company’s manufacturing facility in Santa Ana, Calif.

| February 21, 2012

SANTA ANA, Calif. — The next Bird-B-Gone University class is scheduled for April 20, at the company’s manufacturing facility in Santa Ana, Calif.

Attendees can learn about the benefits of offering bird control services and also further develop their bird control knowledge.
 
Bird-B-Gone is a leading manufacturer of professional grade bird deterrents and provides superior customer service, training and support. Those who attend the class will receive a certificate of completion and are added to Bird-B-Gone’s  list of authorized installers. Attendees who work in California will receive credits towards their branch II SPCB license.  
 
Classes are held at the Bird-B-Gone manufacturing facility in Santa Ana, California. Class starts at 8 a.m., and a free lunch is served.  The all-day course includes:
 
•    Bird control products basics for success
•    How to market and make a profit in bird control
•    Choosing the right product
•    How to install products/ hands on training
•    Quoting bird jobs
•    How to hang bird netting
•    How to avoid problems / troubleshooting  
 
Classes fill up quickly, so contact Chris Fields today at 1-800-392-6915 or email chris@birdbgone.com.

 

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