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BedBug Central’s Boot Camp Heads to the Midwest

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BedBug Central, in conjunction with the Kansas Pest Control Association, will offer a two-day bed bug boot camp program in Kansas in July.

| April 20, 2012

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J.  — As bed bugs spread across the nation, BedBug Central will travel to help prepare pest professionals on how to successfully treat bed bugs in an interactive environment. This July, BedBug Central will collaborate with the Kansas Pest Control Association to offer the Kansas Bed Bug Boot Camp.

The Kansas Bed Bug Boot Camp is an off shoot of BedBug Central’s BedBug University: Boot Camp.  The Kansas Bed Bug Boot Camp will be held on July 30 and 31, 2012 at the Holiday Inn Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, MO. 

This boot camp will focus on the necessary knowledge and skills needed to create, run, or manage a successful bed bug program. The boot camp offers a series of courses that provide in-depth, practical and actionable knowledge regarding pertinent areas surrounding bed bugs and effective treatment.

Kansas Pest Control Association members can attend this boot camp for only $250 (early bird booking before July 1, 2012). KPCA members who register after the early bird date will be charged $265. Non- KPCA professionals can attend the Kansas Bed Bug Boot Camp at a rate of $295 (early bird booking before July 1, 2012). Non-KPCA members who register after the early bird date will be charged $325. Call and reserve your spot now to get the best rate!

For more information about the Kansas Bed Bug Boot Camp, visit  http://www.bedbugcentral.com/bedbuguniversity/kansas_boot_camp.cfm or call (877) 411-1142. For more information about the Holiday Inn Country Club Plaza, click here.

 

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