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Nominations for PCT Termite Technician of the Year Extended Until July 28

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There is still time to nominate your company’s top termite technician for the PCT Technician of the Year Awards. PCT will be accepting nominations for Termite Technician of the Year until Friday, July 28.

| July 18, 2011

RICHFIELD, Ohio — There is still time to nominate your company’s top termite technician for the PCT Technician of the Year Awards. PCT will be accepting nominations for Termite Technician of the Year until Friday, July 28. As PCOs know, it takes a special type of service professional to perform termite work; it is physically taxing work that requires attention to detail, knowledge and persistence. Give your company’s standout termite technician the recognition they deserve by nominating them as a PCT Termite Technician of the Year.

 

There are two ways to nominate a Termite Technician of the Year.

 

Download a PDF of the nomination form and fax it back to Brad Harbison at (330) 659-0823.

 

Click here to fill out the online nomination form.

 

If you have any additional questions contact Brad Harbison at (330) 523-5323.

 

Note: This deadline extension is for Termite Technician of the Year only. Nominations for Technicians of the Year in the other categories (Commercial and Residential) will not be accepted.

 

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