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Terminix's Brundige Interviewed About Keeping College Kids Bed Bug-Free

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The Washington Post article provided a a crash course in battling bed bugs with comments from Brundige.

| August 23, 2011

Chris Brundige, regional manager for Terminix, was recently interviewed for a Washington Post article on how college-bound students can avoid bed bugs.

Brundige, regional manager for Terminix, knows firsthand, bedb ugs have increasingly popped up on college campuses. “My daughter had a big issue with bed bugs last year,” he says. “They battled them for three or four months.”

The Post article then provided a a crash course in battling bed bugs with comments from Brundige.

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Source: Washington Post

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