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Univar Announces New Ratings & Reviews Incentive Sweepstakes

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The five-month long promotion provides PMPs incentives for providing feedback on industry products they use every day through Ratings & Reviews, PestWeb’s interactive forum.

| August 1, 2013

AUSTIN, Texas  – Univar Environmental Sciences announces the launch of a five-month long promotion incentivizing pest management professionals to provide feedback on the many industry products they use every day through Ratings & Reviews, PestWeb’s interactive forum.

Univar will be giving away one Apple TV per month between August 1 and December 31, 2013.

In order to win, Premier Services subscribers must log into PestWeb’s Ratings & Reviews forum services.univares.com/ and rate or review at least five products within the same month. Winners will be chosen at the end of each month. For full official rules, visit pestweb.com/blog/a3424/pestweb-product-reviews-sweepstakes

“Our customers often ask about product performance and what other PMPs are saying about particular products. We created Ratings & Reviews so that customers could very specifically share their thoughts and feedback in a constructive forum,” says Karl J. Kisner, Vice President of Marketing. “This tool allows customers to engage and share their views not only with us, but most importantly, with their peers. Like any ratings and reviews tool, the value is delivered through increased participation and volumes of ratings. So, we have developed this contest to help create greater depth to our ratings and reviews, making it a communications tool that our customers can
truly value."

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