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NPMA 60-Second Survey: Understanding Advertising

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The first of a series of surveys from NPMA designed to help the association identify trends within the industry.

| November 26, 2012

The National Pest Management Association is launching a new series of SnapShot Surveys in an effort to get a better understanding of topics that impact your businesses. These brief surveys will take you no longer than 60 seconds to complete and will help NPMA identify trends within the industry.

A sneak preview of results will be provided electronically to all companies that complete the survey prior to publication. All participants will be entered into a drawing for a free iPod. Please make sure to include your email where noted if you would like to receive the results and be entered into the drawing.

Click here to take this survey.


 

 

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