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Syngenta Announces 2014 Fall Savings Program

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Syngenta recently announced its 2014 Fall Savings Program, which runs through Sept. 30, 2014. PMPs that qualify for the program are eligible to receive discounts on a variety of Syngenta products, such as Arilon insecticide, Demand CS insecticide and the company's new Zyrox fly granular bait.

| August 22, 2014

Syngenta Professional Pest Management offers a broad portfolio of pest products to help provide efficient control of insects such as ants, flies and cockroaches all season long. From now through September 30, 2014, pest management professionals (PMPs) that purchase a minimum quantity of a Syngenta product as indicated in the chart AND earn a minimum rebate of $100 will qualify for this program.

Redemption is easy. PMPs don’t need to fill out any forms or take extra steps. Rebates will be calculated automatically based on Syngenta authorized distributor reporting of end-user sales to Syngenta.

Rebates will be paid by Syngenta on or before December 15, 2014. For more information contact your local Syngenta sales representative or visit www.SyngentaPMP.com.

 

Qualifying Products Minimum Purchase to Qualify Rebate
Advion® ant gel bait 1 case (5 boxes) $5 per case
(4 X 30 GM) box    
Advion® cockroach gel bait 1 case (5 boxes) $5 per case
(4 X 30 GM) box    
Arilon® insecticide 5 bags (41.25 OZ) $5 per bag
(25 X 0.33 OZ) bag    
Arilon® insecticide 5 X 5 boxes (41.25 OZ) $5 per box
(5 X 0.33 OZ) box    
Arilon® insecticide 1 case (8 bottles or 66 OZ) $40 per case
8.25 OZ bottle    
Demand® CS insecticide 1 case (8 bottles or 64 OZ) $20 per case
8 OZ bottle    
Demand® CS insecticide 1 case (8 QTs) $60 per case
1 QT bottle    
Tandem® insecticide 1 case (8 QTs) $40 per case
1 QT bottle    
Zyrox® fly granular 1 case (16 LBs) $10 per case
4 LB pail    

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