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Video: Stacy O'Reilly Recognized as a 2010 PCT/Syngenta Crown Leadership Winner

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In October, PCT and Syngenta recognized the Crown Leadership Award Class of 2010. In the following video PCT's Dan Moreland recognizes Stacy O'Reilly, president of Plunkett's Pest Control.

| May 13, 2011

In October, PCT and Syngenta recognized the Crown Leadership Award Class of 2010. In the following video PCT's Dan Moreland recognizes Stacy O'Reilly, president of Plunkett's Pest Control.

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