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Win A Free Trip to NPMA Academy

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Between now and June 15, you can enter for a chance to win an all-expenses paid trip — including conference registration, hotel and airfare — by registering for the NPMA Academy 2014 Sweepstakes, sponsored by Dow AgroSciences.

| April 24, 2014

Between now and June 15, you can enter for a chance to win an all-expenses paid trip — including conference registration, hotel and airfare* — by registering for the NPMA Academy 2014 Sweepstakes, sponsored by Dow AgroSciences.

This contest is only open to individuals employed in the pest management industry who have never attended NPMA Academy.

In mid-June, two pest management professionals will be randomly selected to receive an all-expense paid trip to NPMA Academy, including conference registration, hotel and airfare. It will only take a minute, but it could have lifelong benefits for you and your business.

*Prize includes: round-trip coach class air transportation for winners between the major commercial airport closest to the winners' residences and Tucson, AZ; standard hotel accommodations of Sponsor's choice consisting of one (1) room for 3-nights (based on single occupancy); and admission for winners to the 2014 NPMA Academy scheduled to be held from 7/17/14 – 7/19/14 in Tucson, AZ.

View full rules and regulations here.

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