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NPMA, Univar Announce Top Three PestFactor Finalists

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NPMA announced the top three entries for the 2014 PestFactor competition, sponsored by Univar. It's now up to the pest management industry to view the top three videos and vote for the industry's most passionate technician.

| August 15, 2014

FAIRFAX, Va. —  This week, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) announced the top three entries for the 2014 PestFactor competition, sponsored by Univar. It's now up to the pest management industry to view the top three videos and vote for the industry's most passionate technician.

To vote: 
1.    Visit the NPMA Facebook Page.
2.    Cast your vote by "liking" your favorite video. Please note, only "likes" on NPMA's Facebook page will be counted.  Also, comments will not be counted as likes. Voting begins on Friday, August 15 at Noon and closes on Friday, August 22 at Noon.
3.    The video with the most likes wins!
4.    Tell your friends and colleagues to visit the NPMA Facebook page and make sure their vote is cast by next Friday.

"This has been a great competition and we are sincerely proud of the men and women in our industry that have taken the time to tell us why a career in pest management is not only a benefit to the community but a great professional opportunity," said Karl J. Kisner, Univar's Vice President of Marketing. "We encourage you to take a few moments and vote for your favorite video submission and help send our 2014 PestFactor winner to Disney World!"

"Thanks to the support of Univar, PestFactor has allowed us the chance to showcase the skill, expertise and commitment that technicians from across the country demonstrate each day as they protect the public and property from diseases and damage associated with unwanted pests," said Bob Rosenberg, NPMA's Chief Executive Officer. "We applaud all those that have taken the time to submit a video and look forward to announcing and sending the first PestFactor winner to PestWorld 2014."
 

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