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Residex Co-Sponsors Pennsylvania Bed Bug Boot Camp

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The conference, co-sponsored by BedBug Central, takes place Jan. 10-11, at the Valley Forge Casino Resort.

| December 13, 2012

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. – BedBug Central announced their co-sponsorship with Residex for their Pennsylvania Boot Camp, Jan. 10 – 11, 2013.

 “We are big fans of BedBug Central here at Residex and are looking forward to working with them to make Pennsylvania Boot Camp a success,” said Tom Algeo, general manager of Residex.
 
As part of this co-sponsorship for PA Boot Camp, Residex is offering their customers 10% off their next order by registering through them for Boot Camp.

BedBug University: Boot Camp Road Show is a two-day intensive education program which touches on all aspects of dealing with bed bugs.

Sessions include:
Bed Bugs 101: Basics of bed bug biology, behavior, history, etc.
Bed Bugs 102:  Protocol overview: Technical aspects of treating bed bugs
Bed Bugs 201: Tools of the Trade: Live demonstrations of the tools and how to use them
Bed Bugs 301:  The business of bed bugs

BedBug Central wants to help companies and affected industries offer a 5 month NO BUGS, NO BITE guarantee, while virtually eliminating prep work for your clients!

Register here or by calling 908/272-4383


 

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