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Liphatech Announces PestWorld 2012 Contest Winners

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Winners in the company's golf challenge were each given a $200 Visa gift card.

| November 19, 2012

MILWAUKEE, Wisc. - Several participants took home a $200 gift card after participating in Liphatech's golf challenge at PestWorld 2012, the company announced.

Contestants had two chances to navigate the golf course, and those able to sink a putt then spun the prize wheel for gifts ranging from a mouse pad to a 16-pound pail of Resolv or FirstStrike soft bait. Following a drawing, four participants took home a $200 Visa gift card. The winners were as follows:

  • Daniel Fleisher, of Pestex Pest Free Systems, Newtonville, Mass.
  • Mark Swihart, of ACE Pest Control, North Webster, Ind.
  • Joseph Stehle, of AARD Pest Control, Lynnwood, Wash.
  • Louis Sorkin, BCE of Entsult Associates, Rye Brook, NY

Also taking home a $200 Visa gift card was Greg Flynn of Braemar Pest control in St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, for most closely guessing the number of baked beans in a jar at the booth.

At its booth, Liphatech emphasized its soft baits including Resolv and FirstStrike.

Learn more about Liphatech and its products at liphatech.com.

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