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The United Producers Formulators & Distributors (UPFDA) will be holding its Spring Conference April 22-24, at the Rosen Resort at Shingle Creek Orlando, Fla.

| March 31, 2014

The United Producers Formulators & Distributors (UPFDA) will be holding its Spring Conference April 22-24, at the Rosen Resort at Shingle Creek Orlando, Fla. The conference room rate deadline is March 31. Call for reservations at 1-866-996-6338 or register online by pasting the following into your browser
https://bookings.ihotelier.com/Rosen-Shingle-Creek/bookings.jsp?hotelId=6840&groupID=1182065


PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:
RICK BELL and CHRIS GORECKI  - From bee pollinators to fumigation issues, these two industry veterans are well-versed on legislation in Washington that will impact this industry.

BOB ROSENBERG  - The Executive Vice President of NPMA, Rosenberg will NPMA’s efforts to improve its relationship with suppliers.

JEFF ANNIS & DENA THOMAS – The owners of PMP Discovery Retreat  and Advanced Services Pest Management in Augusta, Ga, have worked in the PMP industry they have an excellent relationship and understanding of what operators need from their distributors.

BONNIE RABE - Rabe, a past president of ASPCRO (Association of Structural Pest Control Regulatory Officials), has worked with most states to help them with their regulatory issues.

SUPPLIERS FORUM - UPFDA invites its members to request one of the 10 five-minute opportunities to do a presentation to the group.

Click here for more information about the conference.

Click here to register

 

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