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BedBug Central Featured on All Five Major News Broadcast Stations

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Due to several high-profile infestations in New York City, BedBug Central has been selected by numerous media outlets to provide awareness and education.

| August 31, 2010

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. — Recent infestations throughout New York City have fostered extraordinary concern and interest about bed bugs. As a recognized leader for bed bug information, BedBug Central’s experts have been featured on all five major broadcast news stations including NPR, CBS, NBC, ABC and FOX in addition to a multitude of specialty media outlets.

Throughout the process of helping media outlets provide the public with accurate information, BedBug Central has consistently promoted the need for increased public awareness and education about bed bugs in addition the importance of using skilled pest management firms in order to treat for bed bugs.

BedBug Central has also made it a priority to provide the public and members of the media with resources for self-education, prevention and treatment. Click here to view a cross section of these media placements.

In addition to public awareness, BedBug Central was also covered by CBS 3 for its BedBug University: Boot Camp and how pest management firms from across the nation and Canada are attending this four-day workshop for hands-on education concerning the most effective treatment strategies and business models for bed bugs.

Click here to view the segment for BedBug University: Boot Camp.


 

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