On 11-11-11 Bug Off Pest Control Center is doing it again. We are hosting our annual New York Pest Expo, and, as always, have an amazing lineup of speakers and presentations. This year we are welcoming back Dr. Bobby Corrigan, RMC Consulting. Dr. Corrigan will be speaking on “Understanding Rodent Behavior: The Key to Great Rodent IPM”. He’ll be going over the top rodent behaviors PMPs must understand; and how to use those behaviors against them.

Dr. Corrigan is the Director of RMC Pest Management Consulting, Richmond, IN. He has published over 150 technical publications in pest control and is a regular contributor and columnist for Pest Control Technology and Pest Management Professional. Dr. Corrigan is the author of Rodent Pest Management: A Practical Guide for Pest Management Professionals; the Mallis Handbook of Pest Control on rodents; and co-author of The Scientific Guide to Pest Control Operations. In 2008, Bobby was inducted into the Pest Management Hall of Fame.

Bobby is no stranger to the Bug Off family: He gave a great talk at last year’s Expo. There is always something new and exciting to hear when Dr. Corrigan is speaking. Don’t miss this outstanding opportunity to be better informed. Register now for the New York Pest Expo and be prepared to be “wow’d”.

We are going to honor each one of our great speakers with their own blog post each week. We will also be highlighting our exhibitors as we get closer to 11-11-11. So be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and our Blog, The Center.

Registration for the 2011 New York Pest Expo is open click here! See you on 11-11-11.

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