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Reminder: Bed Bug Summit is Sept. 6-7 in Las Vegas

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BedBug Central's third annual event at the Red Rock Resort, Casino and Spa.

| August 24, 2012

LAS VEGAS, Nev. - As bed bugs remain a concern for industries across the board, BedBug Central's third annual North American Bed Bug Summit, September 6-7, will provide attendees with an actionable blueprint for bed bug containment, prevention, research, treatment methods, long-term effects and more, BedBug Central said.

The Summit will take place at the Red Rock Resort, Casino and Spa in Las Vegas. 

BedBug Central said this year's speaker roster will be presenting research and discussing topics on health risks associated with bed bugs, better treatment methods in low-income housing, genetics, population movements, new detection methods and more.

Cost to attend the Summit is $595. Price includes registration, all sessions, networking events, food, beer and other amenities. For more information, visit BedBugCentral.com.

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