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Pest Management and Food Safety Seminar Announced

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RK Pest Management Services will he hosting the seminar, June 12-13, at the Marriott Hotel in Teaneck, N.J.

| March 2, 2012

RK Pest Management Services will he hosting a pest management and food safety seminar, June 12-13, at the Marriott Hotel in Teaneck, N.J.

The symposium brings together all facets of pest management in the food industry and features presentations from Austin Frishman, Bobby Corrigan and others.

Click here for a detailed agenda and registration information.



 

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