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The hotel cut-off is this Friday.

| January 30, 2012

Get Involved! Support Legislative Day

Gary Pietrucha Envirosafe Pest Management, Inc., will be attending NPMA Legislative Day on behalf of the Greater Chicago Pest Management Alliance and the Illinois Pest Control Association, Region 1. Pietrucha is a big supporter of Legislative Day, writing that the only way you can address these issues is to not complain about them, but to get involved-and the way to get involved is to go to Legislative Day. Click here to read his entire article.

On February 26-28, 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.
 
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
Legislative Day offers a focused educational program on key topics that impact your business:
•    The Changing Face of Pyrethroid Labels - What Does it All Mean?
•    Bed Bug Strategy: Developing Industry's Next Steps
•    The Art and Science of Smart Hiring
•    You Don't Have to be Bad to be Sued
•    Making Facebook, Twitter & Social Networking Buzz for Your Business
•    New Advances in Bed Bug Technology
View the final program brochure.
 
KIDS LEGISLATIVE DAY PROGRAM
Treat your children to a field trip they won't forget!  Sign them up to participate in the Kids Legislative Day Program, where they will have the rare opportunity to tour the Washington Monument, Capitol Hill, and the Newseum, a unique museum that will take the kids behind the scenes to experience how and why news is made.
 
SENATE APPOINTMENTS
As soon as we receive your registration, we will contact your U.S. Senators to request an appointment between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 28.  We ask you to set up an appointment directly with your House member. You can contact your House member directly by calling (202) 224-3121. If you would like us to assist you in making your House appointment, please contact Meghan McCluskey at (703) 352-6762 or by e-mail at mmccluskey@pestworld.org.
 
NPMA TOWN HALL MEETING
On Monday, February 27, from 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m., NPMA invites you to participate in our first-ever Town Hall Meeting, where you will have the opportunity to share your thoughts and recommendations on NPMA's ability to meet the needs of our members and the pest control industry. This event is open to all Legislative Day attendees.
 
HOTEL INFORMATION
To reserve your hotel room, call (202) 347-3000 by February 3, 2012 and mention "NPMA" to receive the group rate of $288 per night. After February 3, rooms and rate are subject to availability.
 
Questions?  Contact NPMA at (703) 352-NPMA (6762) or e-mail npma@pestworld.org.

 

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