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Technician of the Year Nominations Due Friday

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Nominations for the PCT Technician of the Year Awards are due this Friday, July 16. The annual awards, sponsored by BASF, recognize a trio of standout service professionals in the residential, commercial and termite categories. Winners are profiled in PCT magazine and will be recognized at a special ceremony held during an industry event in 2011. There are two ways to nominate technicians.

| July 12, 2010

RICHFIELD, Ohio - Nominations for the PCT Technician of the Year Awards are due this Friday, July 16. The annual awards, sponsored by BASF, recognize a trio of standout service professionals in the residential, commercial and termite categories. Winners are profiled in PCT magazine and will be recognized at a special ceremony held during an industry event in 2011. There are two ways to nominate technicians.

Download a PDF of the nomination form and fax it back to Brad Harbison at (330) 659-823.

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Click here to fill out the online nomination form.

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