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PCT Launches Ninth Annual Photo Contest

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PCT announces its ninth annual Best Pest Photo Contest – your chance to be recognized alongside your peers for having taken one of the best photographs in the pest control industry. Gather up those photos you’ve taken of unusual-looking creatures in picturesque settings, and send the best of these photos to PCT for a chance to win $500.

| October 11, 2010

CLEVELAND, Ohio — PCT announces its ninth annual Best Pest Photo Contest – your chance to be recognized alongside your peers for having taken one of the best photographs in the pest control industry. Gather up those photos you’ve taken of unusual-looking creatures in picturesque settings, and send the best of these photos to PCT for a chance to win $500*. In addition to the photo, please provide:

  • Identification of the pest
  • Where the photo was taken
  • Anything else unique about the photo or circumstance under which it was taken
Send this year’s nominations via e-mail to photocontest@giemedia.com or mail them (prints and CDs are both acceptable — no Polaroids) to: PCT Online, c/o Brad Harbison, 4020 Kinross Lakes Pkwy., Ste. 201, Richfield, OH 44286. Deadline is Dec. 5.
*Important note: There is a limit of one photo per entrant.

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