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Nominations Being Accepted for 2011 Crown Leadership Awards

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Deadline for receiving entries is Friday, Feb. 11.

| January 19, 2011

CLEVELAND, OHIO – Nominations are now being accepted for the 2011 Crown Leadership Awards, co-sponsored by PCT magazine and Syngenta Professional Products. Since being introduced in 1989, more than 200 PMPs, university educators, association officials and members of the distribution community have received the prestigious award, which is presented annually during a reception at NPMA PestWorld. The winners also are featured in a commemorative edition of PCT magazine.

Is there a PMP you believe is worthy of recognition because of his or her contributions to the pest management industry, as well as their local community? If so, now’s your chance to ensure they receive the recognition they deserve. Click here to fill out the online form, or download and print this Nomination Form PDF and mail it to: PCT, 4020 Kinross Lakes Parkway, Richfield, OH 44286, c/o Dan Moreland. The form also can be faxed to 330/659-0823. The Class of 2011 will be announced this spring. Deadline for receiving entries is Friday, Feb. 11.

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