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Win a Trip to New York City to Meet Dr. Bobby Corrigan

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Following PCT’s Advanced Rodent Control Virtual Conference, one randomly selected PMP who registered for the event will win an all-expense paid trip (coach-class airfare, hotel and dinner) to New York City to have dinner with Dr. Corrigan and “tour” the Big Apple later this summer.

| January 20, 2014

Dr. Bobby Corrigan, president of RMC Pest Management Consulting and one of the country’s leading rodentologists, grew up in New York and worked as a technician on Long Island early in his career. As a result, he understands the practical challenges of controlling rodents in complex urban environments. Now you can benefit from Dr. Corrigan’s years of industry experience and valuable market insights by registering for PCT’s Advanced Rodent Control Virtual Conference.

Following the Virtual Conference on Tuesday, March 13, one randomly selected PMP who registered for the event will win an all-expense paid trip (coach-class airfare, hotel and dinner) to New York City to have dinner with Dr. Corrigan and “tour” the Big Apple later this summer.

The winner of this one-of-a-kind contest will acquire valuable insights about rodent behavior in “real-world” settings, information they can use to enhance their company’s rodent control services from one of the legendary figures of the pest management industry. So don’t delay.

Register Today!

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BONUS: Register by January 31st and receive a free copy of Dr. Bobby Corrigan’s groundbreaking book, Rodent Control: A Practical Guide for Pest Management Professionals, a $29.99 value!

The event is sponsored by Bell Laboratories (Platinum Sponsor) as well as AP&G, Earthcare Products and Syngent (Gold sponsors)

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