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Three New Companies Added to bedbugFREE Network

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The new bedbugFREE firms are located in Texas and Washington.

| March 18, 2013

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. - Three companies were recently added to BedBug Central's bedbugFREE network: Pest Patrol, Abilene, Texas; Gary's Termite & Pest Control, Mount Vernon, Texas; and Mathis Exterminating, Olympia, Wash.

All companies undergo a rigorous screening process overseen by research entomologists Rick Cooper and Jeffrey White to become bedbugFREE members, according to BedBug Central. bedbugFREE is a network of "like-minded" companies sharing the philosophies of BedBug Central. Companies in the network are listed on BedBug Central's website and receive referrals through the bedbugFREE network.

Learn more at bedbugcentral.com

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