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Bug Off to Host Seminar at Citi Field

Rodents & Mice

Recertification rodent workshop to be held before the New York Mets game on Sept. 11.

| July 20, 2012

QUEENS, N.Y. - Bug Off will be holding an education seminar at Citi Field, home of the New York Mets, on Tuesday, Sept. 11, the company announced.

A recertification rodent workshop will be presented by Lipha Tech's John Murphy in the stadium's auditorium. After the seminar, participants will enjoy the Mets take on the Washington Nationals in a private party room, the company said.

Participants will also receive a Mets cap and 50th anniversary logo pin, Bug Off said.

The deadline for registration is Aug. 21, and costs $150. Space is limited, and payment is final, Bug Off said. Interested parties can register online here

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