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M.I.S.T. Conference Heads to Atlanta Next Week

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M.I.S.T. – an acronym for Misting Insecticides Solutions & Technology – is an intensive one-day seminar focusing on business-building strategies for the mosquito market, one of the fastest-growing segments of the pest management industry. The final seminar for 2011 is set for Feb. 22, in Atlanta, Ga.

| February 14, 2011

ATLANTA - M.I.S.T. – an acronym for Misting Insecticides Solutions & Technology – is an intensive one-day seminar focusing on business-building strategies for the mosquito market, one of the fastest-growing segments of the pest management industry. The final seminar for 2011 is set for next week on Feb. 22, in Atlanta, Ga.

“If you’re involved either directly or indirectly in the mosquito control market, the M.I.S.T. Conference is a must-see event, offering valuable technical information, product data, and marketing insights that aren’t available anywhere else,” according to MGK’s Monika Morris, market manager, who developed this year’s program.

Cost of the one-day seminar is $30 per person, which includes a continental breakfast and lunch. To register, call 800/456-0707, visit www.mistconference.com, or e-mail conference@gie.net.

To learn more about MGK’s product line, including the company’s mosquito misting products Riptide, Vampyre and Sector, visit www.mgk.com.
 

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