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Impact the Future of Your Industry at NPMA Legislative Day 2013

Industry Events

Scheduled for March 17-19, Legislative Day is an opportunity for PMPs to converge on Capitol Hill and increase industry awareness. Hotel cut-off is Feb. 15.

| February 11, 2013

FAIRFAX, Va. — On March 17-19, pest management professionals from across the country will converge on Capitol Hill to increase awareness among their Congressional representatives of the value of the $6B pest management industry in battling public health and safety issues.

This year, NPMA has a once-in-a-blue-moon opportunity to forge relationships with tomorrow's leaders today.  More than ever, we need you to attend and participate in NPMA Legislative Day and help NPMA establish partnerships with a new generation of federal lawmakers, which will ultimately benefit the entire professional pest management industry.

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
Legislative Day offers a focused educational program on key topics that impact your business:
•    Tax Implications of the Fiscal Cliff
•    Obamacare: What Federal Health Care Means for Your Business
•    Complying with OSHA Regulations and the New Hazard Communication Standard
•    Safer Drivers - Protecting Yourself from the Mistakes of Others

Click here to view the complete list of events.

Also featured at Legislative Day 2013 are keynote addresses by the following renowned political speakers.
 
Laura Ingraham, Radio Host and Political Analyst
Sponsored by FMC Professional Solutions
Always smart and entertaining, Laura is a regular Fox News contributor and the principal substitute host on The O'Reilly Factor, as well as a #1 New York Times bestselling author. This special session on Monday, March 18 from 12:30 p.m. until 2:30 p.m., will offer you fresh insights conveyed in a way that only Laura can!
 
Chuck Todd, NBC News Political Director and Chief White House Correspondent; Host of the Daily Rundown on MSNBC
Sponsored by Dow AgroSciences
Chuck's up-to-the-minute poll analysis and insightful commentary has made him one of the most sought-after voices in American political coverage, and his on-air political analysis can be seen almost daily. During this presentation from 4:00 until 6:00 p.m. on Monday, March 18, you will hear his unique perspective on politics in the U.S. today!  

Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI), Chairman of the House Budget Committee and 2012 Republican Vice-Presidential nominee
Chairman Ryan has proposed budgets that help spur job creation today, stop spending money the government doesn't have, and lift the crushing burden of debt. During his talk from 11:30 until 12 Noon on Tuesday, March 19, Congressman Ryan will outline specific solutions to our nation's fiscal problems and the keys to stimulating the economy.

 

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Hotel Information
This year, Legislative Day will be held at the Hyatt Regency Washington.  To reserve your room, call (888) 421-1442 by February 15, 2013 and mention "NPMA" to receive the group rate of $259 per night.  After February 15, rooms and the group rate are subject to availability.
 
Questions?  Contact NPMA at (703) 352-NPMA (6762).

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