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NPMA and PLANET to Co-Host 2nd Annual Lawn Care Summit, December 1-3

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The event is a national forum on current trends and future developments in lawn care. It will be held at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta.

| July 6, 2010

FAIRFAX, Va. — The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and PLANET, the Professional Landcare Network, will once again co-host The Lawn Care Summit, a national forum on current trends and future developments in lawn care. The meeting is scheduled for December 1–3, 2010, at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia.
 
Dual-tracked sessions will offer both technical and management sessions for owners, managers, and top-line technicians. Programming, developed by leaders in the lawn care field, will bring respected experts from national firms to share thoughts on what the future holds as well as seasoned veterans to offer practical advice on how they are responding to current issues in the field. The complete schedule for The Lawn Care Summit, sponsorship information, and registration materials will be available by August 1 at
www.npmapestworld.org and LandcareNetwork.org/do/eventList.

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