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Bed Bugs Turn Into Big Business

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A story on MSNBC titled "Bedbug invasion is turning into big business" explores how the bed bug explosion is providng an economic boost to pest control companies.

| October 12, 2010

A story on MSNBC titled "Bedbug invasion is turning into big business" explores how the bed bug explosion is providng an economic boost to pest control companies.

Revenues from bedbug extermination hit $258 million last year, up from $98 million 2006, according to the National Pest Management Association, which represents 7,000 pest control companies. Industry officials expect 2010 revenues to be even bigger.

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Source: MSNBC


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