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Springer Sponsors a Free Bed Bug Prevention and Awareness Seminar

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The Bed Bug Prevention and Awareness Seminar, will be held on May 13, 2010 in Des Moines, Iowa.

| March 23, 2010

DES MOINES, Iowa — Jeff Springer, owner of Springer Professional Home Services, is sponsoring an event that will provide property mangers, building owners, hotel management, and others with the biology and behaviors of bed bugs and the growing trend of preventative treatment of these destructive bugs. 

According to Jeff Springer, “The best way to prevent a problem is to be aware that there is a problem. The public needs to be aware of the growing dilemma that we are seeing with bed bugs. Just by being aware and taking the right steps to prevent bed bugs can save a business time, money, and their reputation.” 

The Bed Bug Prevention and Awareness Seminar, will be held on May 13, 2010 in Des Moines, Iowa. The seminar will host attorneys that will discuss the legal consequences of bed begs, entomologists discussing the biology and tendencies of bed bugs as well as health representatives and speakers from the National Pest Management Association.

For more information call 515/262-9229 or visit www.trustspringer.com.

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