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NPMA PestWorld 2011 Online Registration Now Live

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NPMA's annual tradeshow and conference will be held Oct. 19-22.

| June 27, 2011

Fairfax, Va. — With targeted information on the latest products, services, technologies and business applications, NPMA PestWorld promises to offer the pest management industry a mix of education, networking and research designed to complement PMPs’ individual business model.
 
At PestWorld 2011, NPMA says attendees will:
 

  • Network with more than 3,000 other pest management professionals, researchers and vendors from around the world.
  • Discover the latest business trends and learn how to apply these innovative ideas into your business.
  • Earn valuable recertification credits at more than 100 hours of educational sessions led by world-renowned experts.
  • Find solutions for your business in the largest pest management industry trade show in the world, showcasing the newest products, services, and technologies in pest management.
  • Understand how legislative and regulatory issues will shape and influence the industry.

Register online at https://www.npmapestworld.org/commerce/pestworld2011/index.cfm
 
Contact npma@pestworld.org with questions about this event.
 

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