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North Carolina Pest Management Association Launches New Website

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Updated website offers users and members more information and increased functionality.

| November 6, 2012

RALEIGH, N.C. - The North Carolina Pest Management Association (NCPMA) has unvelied its new website, designed to highlight association news and enhance communication with its members, the association said.

The new site (www.ncpestmanagement.org) launched in early October, and offers updates and new about the association and a new, members-only section that allows for easier communication between the association and its member companies.

"Like our former site, this new site provides information for the public, but goes one step further in opening the door of communication with our member companies," said Kristin Dodd of NCPMA. "It opens a new chapter for the association and gives our members easy access to the association at any time of day."

The new members-only section of the site allows members to register for events and classes and renew memberships. The new site also allows potential-members to join the association at any time. The updated online membership directory allows members to update their contact information from the site, and members can access the association newsletters from the members-only section.

For more information, visit the new website, at www.ncpestmanagement.org.

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