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NPMA Announces Dates for PestWorld 2011

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PestWorld 2011 will be held Oct. 19-22, at Hilton New Orleans Riverside in New Orleans, La.

| April 5, 2011

FAIRFAX, Va.  — For 78 years, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) has been bringing pest management professionals, distributors, and suppliers from across the globe to its annual convention and exposition — PestWorld.

NPMA announced that PestWorld 2011 will be held Oct. 19-22, at Hilton New Orleans Riverside in New Orleans, La.  With targeted information on the latest products, services, technologies, and business applications, PestWorld is the destination for networking, education, products, and research in the pest management industry.

For hotel reservations, call The Hilton New Orleans Riverside at 504-561-0500 to receive the NPMA group rate of $239 per night.  For more information about PestWorld 2011, visit www.npmapestworld.org/pestworld2011/index.cfm

Exhibit hall space is still available. For more information contact Alexis Wirtz at (703) 352-6762 or via e-mail, awirtz@pestworld.org
 

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