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BedBug Central, in conjunction with the Florida Pest Management Association, is holding a pair of bed bug programs in Florida in March.

| January 29, 2013

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. — BedBug Central, in conjunction with the Florida Pest Management Association, is holding a pair of two-day, intensive education program on all aspects dealing with bed bugs.

Bed Bug Boot Camp will be held, March 11 - 12 in Orlando and March 14 - 15 in Ft. Lauderdale. The program will focus on the knowledge needed to create, run and manage a successful bed bug program including an introduction to Limited Prep protocols. Also unique to these two shows will be a seminar presented by Dow  AgroSciences on the role fumigation plays in bed bug control.

Bed Bug Boot Camp sessions include:
Bed Bugs 101- Basics of bed bug biology, behavior, history, etc.           
Bed Bugs 102- Protocol Overview- technical aspects of treating bed bugs           
Bed Bugs 201- Tools of the Trade- live demonstrations of the tools and how to use them           
Bed Bugs 301- The business of bed bugs

Taught by Jeffrey White and other instructors from BedBug Central, this is a unique opportunity to learn in an interactive and hands-on environment. In addition to the educational sessions, there will be a product/services showcase including exhibits from the leaders in the bed bug industry.

FPMA Members: $250 Early Bird (Expires 2/15/2013), $265 regular
Non-FPMA Members: $325 Early Bird (Expires 2/15/13), $375 regular

For more information visit: www.bedbuguniversity.com or call Robert DiJoseph at 877/411-1142 ext. 3046 or email him at Robert.Dijoseph@bedbugcentral.com.
 

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