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Associated Pest Services Donates to NPMA Haitian Relief Effort

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At its recent meeting held in Denver, Colo., Associated Pest Services (APS) donated more than $14,000 to the NPMA effort to protect public health in earthquake ravaged Haiti.

| August 9, 2010

DENVER, Colo. -  At its recent meeting held in Denver, Colo., Associated Pest Services (APS) donated more than $14,000 to the NPMA effort to protect public health in earthquake ravaged Haiti. Several members also volunteered to go to Haiti along with staff members to aid in pest management. Those present at the meeting were motivated by the presentation of Raleigh Jenkins, past president of NPMA and a member of APS, who was part of the NPMA delegation that recently visited Haiti.
 
Associated Pest Services is a group of select companies that meet twice a year to share technical and business information to assist its members grow their businesses. Foe more information visit
www.associatedpest.com.

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