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Bed Bug Symposium to be Held in Cleveland on Nov. 4

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The seminar takes place at the Museum of Natural History in University Circle and its goal is to increase the awareness of the depth of the bed bug problem.

| October 8, 2010

CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Bed Bug Symposium will be held Nov. 4 at the Museum of Natural History in University Circle. The goal of the program is to increase the awareness of the depth of the bed bug problem and the symposium is free for attendees.This seminar will feature a panel of experts who will provide a wide range of information and will participate in a panel discussion to answer questions regarding:

•           The impact of the bed bug throughout history
•           Bed bug biology, behavior, detection and control methods
•           How early detection and proper treatment are vital to minimizing the negative
             impacts and the cost associated with bed bug infestations
•           How both individual homeowners and managers of multi-family housing units deal with
             controlling bed bugs
 
Presenters will include:
Susan C. Jones, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Entomology, The Ohio State University
Mary Daniels, Public Health Entomologist, The Ohio Department of Health
John Gedeon, Jr., R.S., Associate Certified Entomologist, President & General Manager, The General Pest Control Co.
Jennifer Sterin, Certified Indoor Environmental Consultant & Indoor Air Quality Manager, Forest City Residential Management
 
Registration is required, so call the conference registration hotline at (216) 201-2030 or register online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/130153. If registering on-line, select the “Will Call Tickets – Free” shipping option, since no paper tickets will be needed. Due to the anticipated response to the conference, seating is limited to four (4) attendees from each agency. Although the conference is free, there will be a charge for parking the day of the event. CLICK HERE to download an informational flyer that has additional information.
 
 

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