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Second M.I.S.T. Conference to be Held Tuesday in Tampa

M.I.S.T. – an acronym for Misting Insecticides Solutions & Technology – is an intensive one-day seminar, sponsored by MGK, that is devoted exclusively to the mosquito misting market.

| February 18, 2010

TAMPA, Fla. — M.I.S.T. – an acronym for Misting Insecticides Solutions & Technology – is an intensive one-day seminar, sponsored by MGK, that is devoted exclusively to the mosquito misting market. Dr. Jerome Goddard is the keynote speaker (click here to hear Goddard preview his presenation). The second conference takes place Tuesday, Feb. 23, in Tampa, Fla., at the Crowne Plaza Tampa Westshore (Ph: 813-289-1950). There is still time to register for the one-day seminar, which costs $30 per person and includes continental breakfast and lunch. To register, call 800/456-0707, visit www.mistconference.com, or e-mail conference@gie.net. PMPs also can register on site on the day of the conference.

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