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MPMA Announces 2012 Winter Meeting and Management Summit

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The Michigan Pest Management Association will present its annual Winter Meeting and Management Summit, Feb. 22-24, at the Lexington Hotel, Lansing, Mich.

| January 2, 2012

The Michigan Pest Management Association will present its annual Winter Meeting and Management Summit, Feb. 22-24, at the Lexington Hotel, 925 South Creyts Rd., Lansing, Mich.

The Summit, designed for pest control owners and managers, is a one-day workshop with pest control industry professionalism topics and management techniques not currently covered in general training sessions. The Summit session is specifically designed with material that is pertinent to operating a pest control company of any size.

Click here to download the information brochure/registration form. If you have any questions contact rwise@mipca.org or call (586) 296-9580.

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