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BedBug Central’s White Interviewed on Fox 5’s ‘Good Day New York’

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The New York City news station brought White on air in response to severe bed bug outbreaks that forced the closing of popular clothing stores, Hollister and Abercrombie & Fitch, as well as several movie theaters.

| July 7, 2010

BedBug Central’s lead research entomologist, Jeffrey White, was featured on Fox 5 News Channel’s “Good Day New York” morning show. The New York City news station brought White on air in response to severe bed bug outbreaks that forced the closing of popular clothing stores, Hollister and Abercrombie & Fitch, as well as several movie theaters.

In the interview, White provides New Yorkers with key information on bed bugs, how to avoid infestation, what signs to look for if you suspect and infestation and some do-it-yourself treatment methods. You can watch the video here  or see the article here.
 

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