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The General Pest Control Company is hosting a seminar titled “What’s Working for Bed Bug Control: Practical Solutions to an Annoying Problem,” on March 24, in Cleveland, Ohio.

| March 4, 2011

CLEVELAND, Ohio - The General Pest Control Company is hosting a seminar titled “What’s Working for Bed Bug Control: Practical Solutions to an Annoying Problem,” on March 24, in Cleveland, Ohio.

Topics include: Bed Bug Basics: Why Cooperation is Critical for Successful Treatment; Detection Methods and Devices; Practical Answers to Difficult Questions; and Where are We Headed.

The featured speaker will be Allison Taisey, project coordinator for the Northeastern IPM Center and principal author of “What’s Working for Bed Bug Control in Multifamily Housing.” There will be a live demonstration by “Nips,” a scent-trained bed bug detection dog. 

The event takes place on March 24, from 8 a.m. to noon. The seminar will be held at Brennan’s Party Center, 1300 Triskett Rd., Cleveland, Ohio. Registration fee is $30 and advanced registration is recommended as seating is limited. Registration forms are available at www.generalpest-ohio.com/register or by calling 216/252-7140.  
 

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