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EndZone Voted 'Best New Product' at Florida Show

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The EndZone Insecticide Sticker from FMC Corporation was voted "best new product" at the Florida Pest & Lawn Care Expo, held Jan. 20-24, 2014, in Orlando.

| February 7, 2014

Bruce Ryser, FMC Market Specialist in Florida and Georgia, accepted the award for Best New Product at the recent Florida Pest & Lawn Care Expo in Orlando.

PHILADELPHIA – The EndZone Insecticide Sticker from FMC Corporation was voted "best new product" at the Florida Pest & Lawn Care Expo, held Jan. 20-24, 2014, in Orlando.

EndZone, FMC’s latest pest management innovation, is a four-and-one-quarter inch square sticker that starts to kill filth files in less than one minute after ingestion, and provides up to seven months residual action indoors and four months of residual action outdoors (when protected from rain, excess moisture, dirt, dust, and filth).
   
EndZone was selected by the Florida Pest Management Association Board of Directors after a review of all products exhibited at the show. On hand to accept the award was Florida Market Specialist and long-time FMC employee, Bruce Ryser. "What a nice surprise," he said. "On behalf of everyone at FMC who helped bring this product to the market, I want to say thank you to the Florida Pest Management Association."
 

 

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