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PCT Facebook Page Book Store Special

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Visit PCT's Facebook page and receive $10 off of a $75 purchase from the PCT Book Store.

| May 9, 2011

Visit PCT's Facebook page and receive $10 off of a $75 purchase from the PCT Book Store.

Here's how:

1. Simply visit the PCT Facebook page, locate the posting about the PCT Store and copy down the special Facebook code that is included in that posting.

2. Then, visit the PCT Book Store, order your items and enter that special Facebook code at the check out.

Several items in the PCT Book Store are 40% off during the month of May, so this $10 savings is in addition to those special sales prices. A number of our most popular technical resources are on sale this month, including both of our bed bug customer education pamphlets, the PCT Field Guide Library and Rodent Control by Robert Corrigan.

Visit PCT's Facebook page regulary for other exclusive savings codes, special offers and free gifts!

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