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Video: PCT, Syngenta Recognize Leadership Winner Jim Sargent

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PCT and Syngenta recognized Copesan's Jim Sargent during a special ceremony at NPMA PestWorld in Boston.

| December 14, 2012

In the following video, PCT and Syngenta recognized Jim Sargent, director of technical support and regulatory compliance for Copesan Services, during a special ceremony at NPMA PestWorld in Boston. The awards spotlight individuals who have contributed positively to the growth and development of the structural pest control industry, as well as established ties with fellow business leaders, civic groups and customers in their local communities. ( (Click here to read Sarge's profile).

 

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