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Residex to Host Bed Bug Seminar on Dec. 13

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The seminar takes place at the Marriott Hotel (915 Route 73) in Mt. Laurel, N.J.

| October 29, 2010

MT. LAUREL, N.J. — Residex is hosting a bed bug seminar on Dec. 13 at the Marriott Hotel (915 Route 73) in Mt. Laurel, N.J. Cost is $95 per person with a $10 discount for two or more attendees. To register
By email -
cchervenyak@residex.com
By Phone – 800/526-4222
By Fax – 908/272-4236

The seminar runs from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the lineup includes
8am - 9am Creating a Complete Bedbug Program - Joseph Latino, Allergy Technologies Do you have one now? Is it a Control or Elimination program? Do you have the right technicians doing your bed-bug services. These questions will be answered plus you will benefit by receiving a Complete Bedbug Program and Protocols that you can implement in your company.
9am - 10am How do I sell a $400.00 per room Job - Patrick Quigley of Sales by Design When the phone rings, what do you do next? Do you have a pricing schedule that reflects your bedbug protocols? Do you offer warranties or guarantees? Learn more about pricing, guarantees and bedbug sales opportunities.
10am - 11am Basics in Inspection and Detection - Marty Overline, Aardvark Pest Management What tools do you use to inspect your potential customer's property for bedbugs? What monitoring or detection devices do you use? What do you look for with bedbug signs? Do you have access to a bedbug dog? Learn more and watch a bedbug specialist show you hands-on how to inspect, what to look for and when touse a dog.
11am - 12pm Bedbug Product Introductions Manufacturer Representatives showcasing the latest and greatest tools and products for bedbug monitoring, in-spection, detection, chemicals and equipment, heat, freezing and steam.
12pm - Lunch
1pm - 2pm Guide to Successful Bedbug Treatments - Marty Overline, Aardvark Pest Mgt How do I treat a room for bedbugs? Where do I start? How many follow-up services? Do I use vacuums, steam, cryonite, or heat chambers? These questions will be answered plus a hands-on demonstration on the types of bedbug services.
2pm - 3pm Ancillary Products & Services - Tom Algeo, Residex LLC What works? What is new? This will be an introduction and information gathering of all new bedbug products that you have access to now from monitoring and detection devices, bedbug traps, bed protection, residential products, travel products and college products available to sell to your customers.
3pm - 4pm Multi-Occupant Dwellings Forum - Lou Vega, Manhattan Management What does the end-users feel about bedbugs? Protocols? Preparation Requirements? This will be an open forum discussion with the leader in bedbug preventative and protocols in the multi-housing industry.
4pm - 5pm Opportunities in Bedbug Control - Gary Marcucci, Residex LLC Where and how do I prospect for bedbug opportunities? Can I partner with heat companies or bedbug dog detec-tion companies? Learn more on who and how to prospect many markets that currently (and in the future) will need bedbug proactive and reactive control measures.
*Credits available for PA, NJ & NY

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