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Bird-B-Gone Offers Free Training Course

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The class, scheduled for March 21 in Santa, Calif., is for pest control operators interested in becoming an authorized installer of Bird-B-Gone’s bird control products.

| February 20, 2014

IRVINE, Calif. — Bird-B-Gone is offering a free training course for pest control operators and others interested in becoming an authorized installer of Bird-B-Gone’s bird control products. The professional training class will be held in Santa Ana, Calif., on March 21.

The bird control training course will cover many things commercial bird control product installers need to know. “Our course is not only very informative, it also qualifies as continuing education credits through the Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR); so, it’s a great way to receive free training that will enhance your business and knock out CEC’s in the process,” says Chris Fields, Bird Control Engineer at Bird-B-Gone. Bird-B-Gone University is designed to ensure pest control operators are equipped with the necessary knowledge and tools to properly install Bird-B-Gone bird control products.

To attend the training and learn more about becoming an Authorized Installer of Bird-B-Gone’s bird control products, visit: http://www.birdbgone.com/authorized-installers/become-an-authorized-installer.html or call 800/392-6915.
 

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