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PPMA Releases New Bed Bug PSA

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The segment reminds viewers that bed bugs are not just found in locations with beds and the importance of not "going it alone" if you do find these bugs in your home

| June 22, 2011

In its continuing efforts to educate consumers about pests, the Professional Pest Management Alliance has just released a new Public Service Announcement (PSA) about bed bugs that will begin to hit airwaves throughout the country in the coming weeks. The segment reminds viewers that bed bugs are not just found in locations with beds and the importance of not "going it alone" if you do find these bugs in your home.

 

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