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2010 Saguaro Conference Set for September 29-30 in Carefree, Ariz.

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The event hosted is by the Arizona Pest Professional Organization in conjunction with the State of Arizona Office of Pest Management and Univar USA.

| July 7, 2010

AZPPPO Golf Outing
In conjunction with the Saguaro Conference, AZPPO will he holding a golf outing benefitting the Jack Root Foundation, on Sept. 28 at the McCormick Ranch Club. Click here for more information about the golf outing.

The 2010 Saguaro Conference, hosted by the Arizona Pest Professional Organization in conjunction with the State of Arizona Office of Pest Management and Univar USA., will take place Sept. 29-30 at the Carefree Resort & Villas located at 37220 Mule Train Rd., in Carefree, Ariz. For hotel reservations, call (480) 488-5300.

The second annual event is an opportunity for industry leaders to gather for:

  • Cutting-edge educational sessions
  • Field demonstrations
  • CEU credits
  • Networking

Vendors interested in attending can contact Becky.Velasco@univarusa.com
Attendees can visit
www.sb.state.us

 

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