Our Next Professional Workshop: The Future of Bed Bug Management

Posted: March 27, 2013 in Bed Bugs, Workshops
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Bug Off Pest Control Center is excited to present:

The Future of Bed Bug Management

Owners, Operators, Managers and Supervisors, come join us on Thursday, April 25, 2013 for an outstanding seminar featuring two stellar presenters. A bed bug recertification workshop will be presented by Jeff McGovern and Dr. Jeffrey Brown where we’ll discuss alternative bed bug management techniques. Learn standards for assessment, monitoring and evaluation; master mechanical control options such as vacuuming, steaming and encasement; add effective 25b-exempt and other “green” products to your arsenal; and finally, learn all about the Cryonite System for freezing insects to death. You’ll have a chance to try out the system in the hands-on portion of the event. Don’t miss this great opportunity to be on the cutting edge. We’ll also be offering the Cryonite System at a deep discount! Space is limited.  Register now so you don’t miss out.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

10:30 am to 3:00 pm

Bug Off Career Training Center, 1085 Saint Nicholas Ave, New York, NY 10032

If you arrive late or leave early for the training portion of the event, 
you will not receive a certificate.

Persons without photo ID may not sign the roster or be issued a course certificate.

Admission:     $50.00

This Workshop is open only to Owners, Operators, Managers, Supervisors and other decision-makers.

Payment is final: No refunds. No credit. No substitutions. No exceptions!

Register Now

 Credits:  3.0 each for 7A, and 8

  1. june says:

    This could be a great thing to get more educated. Bed bugs are def. on the rise and this could help you be qualified to deal with them.

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