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Sponsored Podcast: Academy 2010 Preview from Amy Chapman

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In the following podcast, Amy Chapman, a member of NPMA’s Leadership Development Group and senior sales specialist, Dow AgroSciences, previews this year’s Academy, which will be held July 22-24 at the Omni Resort at Champions Gate in Orlando, Fla.

| May 27, 2010

In the following podcast, Amy Chapman, a member of NPMA’s Leadership Development Group and senior sales specialist, Dow AgroSciences, previews this year’s Academy, which will be held July 22-24 at the Omni Resort at Champions Gate in Orlando, Fla.

Hosted by NPMA’s Leadership Development Group (LDG) and sponsored by Dow AgroSciences, Academy is an annual event dedicated to motivating and developing the pest management industry’s progressive leaders.

To learn more about Academy visit www.npmapestworld.org/events. For hotel reservations, call The Omni Resort at Champions Gate at (407) 390-6664 by June 28 to receive the NPMA group rate of $119 per night.     
 

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