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Video: Gorecki Receives 2011 Legislative Day Award

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In a career that spans 23 years, Orkin’s Chris Gorecki has been one the pest control industry’s most active members when it comes to regulatory issues – not only at Orkin, but for NPMA, where he currently chairs NPMA’s Government Affairs Committee.

Brad Harbison | March 21, 2011

In a career that spans 23 years, Orkin’s Chris Gorecki has been one the pest control industry’s most active members when it comes to regulatory issues – not only at Orkin, but for NPMA, where he currently chairs NPMA’s Government Affairs Committee. For these and other contributions Gorecki, Orkin’s vice president of quality assurance, government and environmental affairs and termite claims, was presented with the annual FMC Legislative Day Award.

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