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LG Gives Away TV to Attendee of NPMA’s Southern Conference

LG Life Sciences gave away a 42-inch LCD TV as part of its booth promotion at NPMA’s Southern Conference on Feb. 4.

| February 22, 2010

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. — LG Life Sciences gave away a 42-inch LCD TV as part of its booth promotion at NPMA’s Southern Conference on Feb. 4. The lucky winner was Floyd Hamm, Orkin Pest Control, Jonesboro, Ark.

Pictured (from left to right): Dominique Stumpf, NPMA; Yun Sub Hwang, LG Life Sciences; Floyd Hamm, Orkin Pest Control; JP Kim, Marketing Director and Chief Representative US Office, LG Life Sciences; Patrick Callahan, LG Life Sciences, Sales and Marketing Consultant.

Dominique Stumpf, vice president, conventions and meetings, for NPMA participated in the drawing for the winner and expressed her appreciation to LG Life Sciences, noting, “Attendance at an NPMA conference provides great learning opportunities and even a few surprises like a new 42-inch TV from one of our supporting vendors like LG Life Sciences,” she said. “Suppliers are the lifeblood of NPMA. Without the unwavering support of the supplier community, many of the programs and services that we offer to pest management professionals wouldn't be possible.”

Yun Sub, Hwang, vice president, Specialty Chemicals, headquartered in Seoul, Korea drew the second place winner. Rick Skolnik, Terminix International, Memphis, Tennessee was the recipient of a his and her watch set.

LG Life Sciences introduced Lambdastar 9.7% CS and Fenvastar Plus at the conference.

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