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McCloud Announces Pest Invasion Seminar

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The annual conference for the food industry takes place April 15, at the Drury Lane Theatre & Conference Center in Oakbrook, Ill.

| February 10, 2014

CHICAGO - McCloud Services announced it will be once again hosting its Pest Invasion Seminar April 15, 2014 at the Drury Lane Theatre & Conference Center in Oakbrook, Ill.  The all-day seminar provides important pest-related updates, as well as information on new FDA regulations, food borne illness and security.

“McCloud Services is proud to once again host Pest Invasion,” said Chris McCloud, president and CEO. “With a record attendance of nearly 350 people in 2013, we are looking forward to another successful seminar this year. We have an excellent line-up of industry experts that will provide educational updates and very timely information on a wide range of topics affecting the food industry.  As the food industry landscape continues to change, attendees will gain knowledge on how to prepare for evolving food safety initiatives.” 

Pest Invasion brings together individuals from the entire food supply chain of custody, including food industry, pest management and environmental health professionals to network, study and learn industry best-practices. This year’s featured speakers include:

Early bird discounted registration is now open until March 1, 2014.  For more information on Pest Invasion 2014 and to register online, please visit: https://www.regonline.com/pestinvasion2014.

To learn more about McCloud Services, please visit: www.mccloudservices.com.  To contact a McCloud staff member about the event, please email events@mccloudservices.com.
 

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