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The half-day seminars featuring Jeff Tucker are scheduled for Nashville, Tenn, Birmingham, Ala., and St. Louis, Mo.

| March 15, 2010

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The half-day Smart Solutions Skill Development Seminars featuring industry consultant Jeff Tucker continue throughout the Southeast next week. The seminars are scheduled for Nashville, Tenn (March 23), Birmingham, Ala. (March 24), and St. Louis, Mo. (March 25).

Tucker is teaming up this year with BASF’s market development specialists from around the country to share interesting and relevant information designed to help pest management professionals (PMPs) solve some of their toughest problems and improve their business.

The seminars will cover such topics as bed bugs, rodents and ants with specific recommendations for frequently encountered pest problems.

The seminars are free of charge, but space is limited. All attendees must register in advance at http://www.wmmg.com/seminar/gic.asp or by calling 800-777-8570, ext. 4276. The reminaing dates are:
March 23 Nashville, TN
March 24 Birmingham, AL
March 25 St. Louis, MO
 

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