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PCT Best Pest Photo Contest Deadline is Dec. 4

The contest is your opportunity to be recognized alongside your peers for having taken one of the best photographs in the pest control industry. Deadline is Dec. 4.

Brad Harbison | November 6, 2009

RICHFIELD, Ohio -  The Dec. 4 deadline for the PCT Best Pest Photo Contest is fast approaching. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to be recognized alongside your peers for having taken one of the best photographs in the pest control industry. So gather up those photos you’ve taken of unusual-looking creatures in picturesque settings, and send the best of these pictures to PCT for a chance to win $500. Please provide a detailed description of the photo, including the identification of the pest and where the photo was taken. (There is a limit of one photo per entrant.)
Send this year’s nominations via e-mail to bharbison@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.

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