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Residex Bed Bug Symposium Attracts Media Attention

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Residex’s Gary Marcucci (right) tells a reporter from the Philly Fox News Morning Show that consumers who suspect they have bed bugs need to call a pest management professional.

| December 13, 2010

Mount Laurel, N.J. — Residex’s Bed Bug Symposium, which is taking place today, Dec. 13 in Mount Laurel, N.J., has attracted some local media attention.

The Fox News Philly Morning Show covered the event and interviewed Residex’s Gary Marcucci during the 8:00 a.m. hour.

Pest management professionals, hotel/motel owners, property managers, school housing officials and more are gathering to discuss control, elimination best practices, inspection and detection tips, preventative measures, the latest products in the fight against bed bugs and more. The sold-out crowd is hearing from leaders in the industry and colleagues, those currently in the field battling the bed bug. The agenda includes a multi-family dwellings forum as well as a hands-on training demonstration on how to properly inspect, what to look for and when to use a dog and more.
 
 Look for more Bed Bug Symposiums to take place across Residex territories in the coming months. Visit www.residex.com for more information.
 

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