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BedBug Central’s Jeffrey White Appears on NBC Nightly News

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The segment described the scope of the problem in New York City and nationally; reviewed treatment protocols; and discussed factors leading to the bed bug explosion.

| July 27, 2010

Jeffrey White of BedBug Central appeared on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams last evening (July 27) and was interviewed about the impact bed bugs are creating on a national level.The segment described the scope of the problem in New York City and nationally; reviewed treatment protocols; and discussed factors leading to the bed bug explosion, including increased international travel and the lack of products with long-lasting residual.

Click here to view this video segment.

Click here to watch the extended interview with White.

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