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PPMANYC to Host Bed Bug Seminar

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The Professional Pest Management Association of New York City (PPMANYC) will be hosting a seminar titled on Nov. 29, at the International JFK Airport Hotel.

| October 4, 2011

The Professional Pest Management Association of New York City (PPMANYC) will be hosting a seminar titled on Nov. 29, at the International JFK Airport Hotel 144-02 135th Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11436. Speakers will include:

Ralph Ranaldi, Suburban Pest Management
Dr. Ken Haynes, University of Kentucky
Jeff White, Bed Bug Central

Attendees must be an NYSDEC Commercial Pesticide Applicator to receive recognition.  Upon passing the test the name and the name and phone number of the company they represent will be placed on PPMANYC web-site as a Board Certified Bed Bug Specialist.

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