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BedBug Central Launches Redesigned Website

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The new bedbugcentral.com is cleaner and more user-friendly, the company reports.

| July 9, 2013

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. - BedBug Central has launched redesigned website to further enhance visitor’s experience, the company announced.

The re-design gives www.bedbugcentral.com a fresh new look, while still retaining some of the site's favorite and most popular landing pages such as, Bed Bugs 101 & Bed Bug TV, BedBug Central said.

“We are really excited about the re-design of the website & look forward to continuing to provide educational and news worthy information, along with showcasing the best products available to visitors of the site,” said Robert DiJoseph, vice president of operations at BedBug Central. 

 

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