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Early Bird Registration for NPMA Wildlife Expo Ends Next Week

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Register before Jan. 20 and save $25.

| January 14, 2013

TUNICA, Miss. - Early bird registration for the 2013 Wildlife Expo, presented by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and the National Wildlife Control Operators Association (NWCOA), Feb. 14-16 in Tunica, Miss., ends on Jan. 20.

Those who register before Jan. 20 can save $25. The event will feature educational programming to provide both technical and business-related information to pest and wildlife management professionals who are involved in wildlife management or are considering offering wildlife management as an add-on service.

Program highlights include:

  • Learn about up-and-coming technologies for the wildlife industry from top wildlife management professionals
  • Ensure your company is up to date on current management issues including hiring and firing, business ethics and handyman regulations.
  • Hear a regulatory update on hot issues facing the wildlife industry
  • Earn CEUs from NWCOA's Certified Professional Training Courses for technicians.

 

Visit npmapestworld.org for more information and register here

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