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CPA Dan Gordon to Open NPMA's Regional Conferences

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Gordon has been involved with several pest control companies who have gone from start up to several million dollars in annual sales.

| January 13, 2010

Newton, N.J. — The National Pest Management Association’s Regional Conferences will be kicked off by Dan Gordon, CPA, PCO Bookkeepers. Gordon will provide his expertise and insight into what it takes to run a successful pest control company in today's economic climate.

Gordon says those attending his opening session will walk away learning how quality service, customer retention and teamwork within a pest control company can be measured. All will learn the importance of running their businesses by the numbers.

•    NPMA’s Eastern Regional Conference will be held Jan. 14-15 at the Tropicana Casino and Resort, Atlantic City, N.J.
•    NPMA’s South Western Conference will be held Jan. 28-29 at the Sandia Resort and Casino in Albuquerque, N.M.
•    NPMA’s Southern Conference will be held Feb. 3-4 at the Hilton Memphis in Memphis, Tenn.

For information about NPMA’s Regional Conferences, visit www.npmapestworld.org or call 800/678-6722.

For additional information about PCO Bookkeepers, visit www.pcobookkeepers.com.

Gordon is a Certified Public Accountant and graduate of Northeastern University in Boston. He has been involved with several pest control companies who have gone from start up to several million dollars in annual sales.

 

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