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Countdown to a Bed Bug Breakthrough on FMCBedBug.com

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FMCBedBug.com features a clock counting down to FMC’s big announcement about a bed bug solution.

| September 28, 2011

PHILADELPHIA – Every second brings pest management professionals (PMPs) closer to the debut of a breakthrough in bed bug detection technology from FMC Professional Solutions.
   
Log on today to www.fmcbedbug.com to watch the countdown in real time. While there, sign up to be the first to learn about a new solution that will help turn the tide against bed bugs — and help you significantly increase revenue.

“Detecting bed bugs is a major issue for PMP’s, so on October 19th, FMC will introduce an exciting new solution to this problem.,” said Catherine Bernard, pest product manager for FMC Professional Solutions. “Stay connected for news that will change your business forever.”

Visit www.fmcbedbug.com to sign up for alerts and find out about product availability. And be sure to give FMC feedback at @FMCbedbug on Twitter (include #bedbugs in your tweet).
 

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