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FMC Announces Spring Promotion

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For a limited time, PMPs can get $2 off per unit of selected insecticide products from FMC.

| May 29, 2012

PHILADELPHIA – Spring into savings this season with discounts from FMC Professional Solutions. From May 21 to July 15, PMPs can get a $2 per unit discount* on CB-40 insecticide - 17 oz., Talstar insecticide - 16 oz. and Cynoff insecticide dust - 1 lb.

Discounts are taken at the time of purchase, making it a simple and cost-effective way for pest management professionals to manage a wide variety of pests. These FMC insecticides offer the following benefits:

•    Water-based CB-40 delivers quick knockdown and  kill with no staining or lingering odor. It is labeled for bed bugs, fleas and more than 30 nuisance pests.
•    Formulated for fast knockdown and control, Talstar insecticide also provides three months of residual protection. Made with a non-flammable, water-based formulation, Talstar works on a variety of surfaces without leaving a messy, oily residue behind.
•    Cynoff insecticide dust penetrates deep into cracks, crevices and voids, delivering long-lasting residual pest control.

For more information, visit http://www.fmcprosolutions.com/home/promotions.aspx.

To find an authorized distributor of FMC products, visit http://www.fmcprosolutions.com/Home/FindanFMCDistributor.aspx.  

 

 



 

 

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