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University of Kentucky Announces 40th Annual Program

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The 40th Annual University of Kentucky Pest Control Short Course will be held Nov. 15-17, in Lexington, Ky.

| July 20, 2010

LEXINGTON, Ky. - The 40th Annual University of Kentucky Pest Control Short Course will be held Nov. 15-17, in Lexington, Ky. 

The conference includes a money-back satisfaction guarantee and features one of the strongest programs in the country. Business-related topics include termite protection plans, sales training, optimizing employee performance, and risks related to bed bugs. Technical topics include tips for managing bed bugs, odorous house ants, spiders, silverfish, wasps, mosquitoes, birds and rodents, and safety tips encompassing hantavirus to heart attack. Featured speakers include Bobby Corrigan, Larry Pinto, Greg Henderson, Karen Vail, Dan Collins, Don Jamison, Mike Masterson, Cindy Mannes, Kevin Pass, Steve Good and Kevin Kordek.
 
For more information, contact Dr. Michael F. Potter, Department of Entomology, S-225 Agric. Sci. Bldg. N, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40546-0091; Phone 859-257-5955; Fax 859-323-1120; E-mail
dthorpe@uky.edu

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