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Academy 2010 to Focus on Emerging Leaders in Pest Management

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The program has been designed to advance the professional and business development of the industry’s emerging leaders in a hands-on, interactive environment.

| March 17, 2010

FAIRFAX, Va. — Uniquely designed to advance the professional and business development of the industry’s emerging leaders in a hands-on, interactive environment, Academy 2010, the National Pest Management Association's (NPMA) annual summer conference, will be held July 22-24 at the Omni Resort at Champions Gate in Orlando, Florida.                

Sponsored by Dow AgroSciences, this year's event builds on the theme, The Ripple Effect: Improving Your Bottom Line One Idea at a Time, with all educational workshops and team-building exercises providing solutions and skills that Academy participants can immediately apply to their offices at home.                

For hotel reservations, call The Omni Resort at Champions Gate at (407) 390-6664 by June 28 to receive the NPMA group rate of $119 per night.                

To register for the Academy 2010, visit npmapestworld.org/events.  For more information, contact NPMA at npma@pestworld.org.

 

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