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Now Tweeting Pest Management Topics: @FMCpest

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FMC’s new Twitter feed provides technical updates, business tips, promotions and industry buzz.

| March 26, 2012

PHILADELPHIA  – Pest management professionals (PMPs) can now stay up-to-speed on industry news and solutions with @FMCpest from FMC Professional Solutions.

Follow @FMCpest on Twitter to get valuable pest management tips, learn about FMC promotions, and keep up with industry buzz. FMC created the Twitter handle to keep PMPs informed about best management practices and solutions, as well as answer questions on industry and technical topics.

FMC also wants to hear about pest issues and problems you face on a daily basis. Tweet your questions or comments to @FMCpest.

“We see Twitter as an important new way for FMC to reach and engage with our customers about up-to-the minute solutions and important updates,” said Catherine Bernard, pest product manager for FMC Professional Solutions. “We have great interactions with our @FMCBedBug Twitter account as more PMPs are embracing Twitter each day, and we wanted to expand it to broader pest issues. Twitter is a great resource for staying up-to-date with pest management industry issues.”   

Visit  www.twitter.com/FMCpest and begin following @FMCpest today. And for updates on your lawn and landscape accounts, follow @fmcturf on Twitter.

 

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