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Bed Bug Boot Camp in Kansas City July 30 and 31

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Boot camp to focus on skills needed to create, run and manage a successful bed bug program.

| July 2, 2012

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. – BedBug Central is headed to Kansas City this July to educate pest professionals on how to successfully treat bed bugs, the company announced.

The Kansas Bed Bug Boot Camp is an off shoot of BedBug Central’s BedBug University, and will be held July 30 and 31 at the Holiday Inn Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, Mo. 
 
The boot camp will focus on the necessary knowledge and skills needed to create, run or manage a successful bed bug program, BedBug Central said. The boot camp offers a series of course that provide in-depth, practical and actionable knowledge regarding pertinent areas surrounding bed bugs and effective treatment.
 
Kansas Pest Control Association members can attend for $265; Non-members will be charged $325. 
 

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