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Deadline to Nominate 2012 Technicians of the Year Extended to July 19

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Just announced, the deadline to nominate a PCT Technician of the Year — including a termite control professional — has been extended until July 19.

| July 16, 2012

Just announced, the deadline to nominate a PCT Technician of the Year — including a termite control professional — has been extended until July 19. The awards, sponsored by BASF Pest Control Solutions, recognize a trio of standout service professionals in the residential, commercial and termite categories. Be sure to nominate your company’s standout service professionals. The nomination form can be downloaded online. Also for your convenience, PCT has set up an online nomination form.

 

 

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