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SPMAO Conference Scheduled for Jan. 13-14 in Toronto

The 32nd annual Structural Pest Management Association of Ontario is scheduled for Jan. 13-14 at the Sheraton Parkway Hotel & Conference Centre, Markham, Ontario.

| December 8, 2009

TORONTO – The 32nd annual Structural Pest Management Association of Ontario is scheduled for Jan. 13-14 at the Sheraton Parkway Hotel & Conference Centre, Markham, Ontario.

The two-day conference covers a variety of pest- and business-related topics, including bed bugs, honeybee colony collapse disorder, Africanized bees, hiring and sales, regulatory updates, marketing to women and a review of pest control products. Speakers include Jeff White, Bed Bug Central; Sandy Costa, Greenleaf Pest Control; Anne Longair; director of Hostel Services; Geoff Cutten, Ministry of the Environment; Dr. Helms, Industrial Psychologist; Walter Berlin, Peak Performance Systems.

Click here to download the information/registration brochure.


 

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