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TPCA, Bed Bug Central Team Up for BedBug Academy

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The Texas Pest Control Association in cooperation with BedBug Central will present the BedBug Academy, July 28-30, at the Hilton Hotel, Arlington, Texas.

| June 16, 2011

ARLINGTON, Texas — The Texas Pest Control Association in cooperation with BedBug Central will present the BedBug Academy, July 28-30, at the Hilton Hotel, Arlington, Texas.

BedBug Academy is a the three-day, intense training program presented by industry experts including Dr. Dini Miller, Virginia Tech University; Dr. Phil Koehler, University of Florida; Phil Cooper, Cooper Pest Solutions and BedBug Central; Rick Cooper, Rutgers University; and Jeff White, Cooper Pest Solutions and BedBug Central.

The course will cover all aspects of bed bugs and also include a trade show and social networking events. "We're really excited to have some of the leading bed bug experts in the country appearing on our program," said Tim Gafford, TPCA President. " We've teamed up with BedBug Central. They really have it going on. They understand the bed bug market both from a technical and marketing perspective. We've expecting a good crowd."

CLICK HERE to download the registration form.

Hotel Information
Hilton Hotel
2401 East Lamar Blvd.
Arlington, TX 76006
817-640-3322, ext., 6606
www.arlingtontx.hilton.com
Ask for the Texas Pest Control room block to receive the special discounted rate of $115 + tax single/double.

Contact TPCA at 512/467-6675 with any questions.

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