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Univar Announces iPod Touch Winners

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Univar USA announced the winners from the iPod touch drawing held during the exhibit hours of the 2009 PestWorld convention in Las Vegas.

Manufacturer press release | November 4, 2009

AUSTIN, Texas – Univar USA announced the winners from the iPod touch drawing held during the exhibit hours of the 2009 PestWorld convention in Las Vegas.

The drawing was held daily during the convention and was a way to reinforce Univar’s new campaign – One Source.  Countless Resources. Technology and education are part of the many valuable resources Univar offers to the industry and the giving away of iPod touches helped to reinforce these service attributes. One winner was selected every hour during exhibit times.  A total of 10 iPod touches were given away. The lucky winners are:

From Monday
• Sheila Jones of Maximum Environmental Services in Norfolk, VA;
• Judy Salone of Mosquito & Pest Xperts in Durham, NC;
• Ron Mahorsky of Rid-Et Pest Control in Nazareth, PA;
• Richard DeLaCruz of Pest Shield Pest Control in San Antonio, TX;

From Tuesday
• Leslie Withoelter of Rottler Pest & Lawn Solutions in St. Louis, MO;
• Ned Ewart of Bug Master in Austin, TX;
• Alyse Denaglia of Capital Export Services in New Paltz, NY;

From Wednesday
• Sue Fisher of Oregon Pest Control Association in Eugene, OR;
• Pierre Riettini of Bio-Tech Pest Control in Spring, TX; and
• Robert Pillow of All-Rite Pest Control in Lexington, KY

 

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