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Residex Hosts Second Bed Bug Symposium

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The event, held Feb. 15 in Sterling, Va., drew pest management professionals, hotel/motel owners, property managers, school housing officials and others.

| February 24, 2011

ROSELLE, N.J. — Distributor Residex hosted its bed bug second symposium on Feb. 15, in Sterling, Va. The event drew pest management professionals, hotel/motel owners, property managers, school housing officials and others.

Topics of discussion included control, elimination best practices, inspection and detection tips, preventative measures, and the latest products in the fight against bed bugs. 

The sold out crowd of more than 150 heard from leaders in the industry and colleagues, those currently in the field battling the bed bug.  The agenda included a multi-family dwellings forum as well as a hands-on training demonstration on how to properly inspect, how to properly price a bed bug job, what to look for and when to use a dog and more. 
                                                                                                                                                      
Additional symposiums will take place across Residex territories in the coming months. 
 

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