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Reminder: NPMA, TPCA to Host Pest Alliance Nov. 28-30, in Houston

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This year's program offers management session, hands-on training and technical courses.

| November 14, 2012

HOUSTON - The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and the Texas Pest Control Association (TCPA) invite PMPs to Pest Alliance 2012, Nov. 28-30 in Houston.

This year's program offers a mix of in-depth management sessions, interactive hands-on training and technical courses featuring the latest research, the organizations said.

NPMA highlighted the following reasons to attend:

  • More than 15 sessions with the opportunity to earn recertification credits.
  • A variety of formats including technical training, business workshops and keynote sessions with industry experts.
  • An exhibitor showcase featuring new tools and technologies.
  • Networking with over 150 pest management professionals from the region.

Learn more about the conference and register here

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