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Free Bed Bug Webinar from ThermEx Set For Tomorrow

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Titled "The Bed Bug Challenge: Adapting Your Business for Effectiveness and Success," the free webinar will be presented by Rob Coburn, Chromalox (manufacturer of ThermEx heat remediation systems) and and Tom Jarzynka, Massey Services.

| July 18, 2011

Thermex will host free a webinar on July 20 titled  "The Bed Bug Challenge: Adapting Your Business for Effectiveness and Success." The webinar will be presented by Rob Coburn, Chromalox (manufacturer of ThermEx heat remediation systems) and Tom Jarzynka, Massey Services.
 
CLICK HERE to sign up for this webinar.

Details: This webinar takes an in-depth look at the beg bug problem, reviews the available remediation technologies and outlines what is required to be successful in dealing with this growing challenge. Participants will benefit from first-hand experience in bed bug remediation and learn successful strategies for effectively remediating beg bugs in commercial and residential facilities.
 

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