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Charleston Association Announces Summer School

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The Greater Charleston Pest Control Association Summer School takes place Sept. 24, in Charleston, S.C.

| August 22, 2013

The Greater Charleston Pest Control Association Summer School takes place Sept. 24, at the Trident Technical College, in Charleston, S.C.

Speakers and topics include:
Dr. Mike Potter, University of Kentucky
-The Itchy Client:  Case Studies and Solutions
-Bed Bug Research, Management & Mayhem

Patricia Zungoli Professor of Entomology Clemson University
-Occasional, Seasonal  and MIsc Pests

Ted Bruesch, Liphatech
-Rodent Behavior & Control

Five recertification credits have been approved for SC, NC, GA.

Click here to download the registration form.

Click here for the online registration form.

For more information contact:
James Parker
Greater Charleston Pest Control Association
843-886-8900
president@gcpca.com
 

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