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NPMA Announces Pair of Regional Conferences

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Dates and locations have been announced for the Colorado Pest Control Association (CPCA) 2012 Spring Conference and the 2012 Illinois Pest Control Association (IPCA) Spring Conference.

| February 13, 2012

The National Pest Management Association announecd dates and locations for the Colorado Pest Control Association (CPCA) 2012 Spring Conference and the 2012 Illinois Pest Control Association (IPCA) Spring Conference.

Call (303) 792-0433 for reservations and mention CPCA to receive the group rate of $113 per night. If you have questions about your reservation or your hotel stay, you can contact Karen Ballard directly at (303) 705-5918 or e-mail Karen.ballard@dimdev.com. Visit the conference's website at http://www.cpcapestworld.org/cpcapestworld/events/article.asp?EventID=408

The 2012 Illinois Pest Control Association (IPCA) Spring Conference will be held March 13-14 at the Regency Conference Center in O'Fallon, Ill. Click here to learn more.

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