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McCloud’s Food Industry Seminar: Pest Invasion 2011 Set for March 14-15

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Pest Invasion 2011 is the company's educational seminar for food industry, pest management, and environmental health professionals.

| February 8, 2011

HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. — McCloud Services is hosting, Pest Invasion 2011, its annual educational update for food industry, pest management, and environmental health professionals. The seminar combines hands-on and classroom training on timely topics important in solving food industry problems and maintaining regulatory compliance. Attendees have the opportunity to explore a wide range of topics with instructor interaction and ample time for questions.

This year’s seminar takes place at the Stonegate Conference Center, Hoffman Estates, IL

For more information contact: Pathottel@mccloudservices.com or visit www.mccloudservices.com.
 

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