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A preview of the Mallis Handbook Technical Forum including video interviews with several of the seminar’s speakers including Stoy Hedges, Tom Myers, Mike Potter and Scott McNeely.

| November 7, 2011

A preview of the Mallis Handbook Technical Forum including video interviews with several of the seminar’s speakers including Stoy Hedges, Tom Myers, Mike Potter and Scott McNeely. The seminar is set for Dec. 5-7 at the Renaissance SeaWorld at Orlando and includes dinner with the authors in addition to a broad mix of technical sessions featuring some of the most sought-after speakers in the pest management industry. CEU credits will be awarded and every registrant will receive a coupon for a 40 percent discount on the purchase of the 10th Edition of the Handbook of Pest Control.

 

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