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University of Kentucky Announces 41st Annual Short Course

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This year's conference will be held Nov. 1-3, in Lexington, Ky.

| July 19, 2011

LEXINGTON, Ky. —The 41st Annual University of Kentucky Short Course will be held Nov. 1-3, in Lexington, Ky. The conference includes a money-back satisfaction guarantee and features one of the strongest programs in the country. This year’s conference takes place at the Hyatt Regency/Convention Center and topics include:
•    Strategies for growing your business
•    The latest bed bug research and management tips
•    Readying for fleas and the brown marmorated stink bug
•    The art and science of inspections
•    Measuring customer loyalty
•    An afternoon with a bed bug attorney
•    Useful tips on managing rodents, flies and brown recluse spiders

Featured speakers include Paul Hardy, Stoy Hedges, Mark Sheperdigian, Kevin Pass, Tom Dobrinska, Ron Harrison, Dan Collins, Phil Koehler, Christian Hardigree and Fred Whitford.

For more information contact Dr. Michael Potter, Department of Entomology, S-225 Agic. Sci Bldg. N, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40546-0091; Ph: 859/257-5955; Fax: 859/323-1120; email dthorpe@uky.edu.

 

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