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Bug Off Pest Control Center to Present Bed Bug Seminar

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Titled “The Future of Bed Bug Management,” the seminar is scheduled for April 25, in New York City.

| March 11, 2013

NEW YORK - Bug Off Pest Control Center will present “The Future of Bed Bug Management” — a bed bug seminar scheduled for April 25, in New York City.

Bug Off Pest Control Center will present “The Future of Bed Bug Management” — a bed bug seminar scheduled for April 25, in New York City. This event is open to owners, operators, managers, supervisors and other decision-makers of pest management firms.

Jeff McGovern and Dr. Jeffrey Brown will headline this recertification workshop where they’ll discuss alternative bed bug management techniques. Participants will learn standards for assessment monitoring and evaluation; master mechanical control options such as vacuuming, steaming and encasement; add 25b-exempt and other “green” products to their arsenal.

For more information visit www.bugoffpccenter.com, call 212/781-2304 or email andy@bugoffpccenter.com.
 

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