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2013 PCT Technician of the Year Awards

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The entry deadline for this year's awards is July 19. Sponsored by BASF Pest Control Solutions, the awards recognize a trio of standout service professionals in the residential, commercial and termite categories.

Brad Harbison | July 1, 2013

RICHFIELD, Ohio — PCT has launched its annual Technician of the Year awards program. The awards, sponsored by BASF Pest Control Solutions, recognize a trio of standout service professionals in the residential, commercial and termite categories. Be sure to nominate your company’s standout service professionals. The nomination form is printed on pages 127-128 in the April issue. (Click here to read about last year’s winners). Entry deadline is July 19.

A PDF of the nomination form can be downloaded here.

You also can fill out the online nomination form here.
 

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