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FMC Introduces @FMCbedbug, a Bed Bug Twitter Feed

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FMC Professional Solutions created the Twitter account to keep pest management professionals informed with bed bug news, interesting facts, valuable business tips, best practices and solutions.

| August 24, 2011

PHILADELPHIA – FMC is bringing the bed bug buzz to Twitter. Pest management professionals can follow the @FMCbedbug Twitter feed for the latest developments in fighting bed bugs – including product announcements.

FMC Professional Solutions created the Twitter account to keep pest management professionals informed with bed bug news, interesting facts, valuable business tips, best practices and solutions. Not only can PMPs and others stay in the know about bed bug matters, they can actively participate in the conversation and get their questions answered by experts.

FMC wants to hear about bed bug issues PMPs face on a daily basis and help them conquer this challenging pest by including #bedbug in their tweet.

“With bed bugs, there is no time to lose,” said Catherine Bernard, pest product manager for FMC Professional Solutions. “What better way to reach our customers with up-to-the-minute solutions than via Twitter?”

Visit www.twitter.com and begin following @FMCbedbug.
 

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