Some of the highlights include:
PESTWORLD PARTY. Enjoy a little San Diego fun with your fellow PestWorld attendees at the PestWorld Party. San Diego offers beautiful views, amazing weather and the laid-back California spirit. Enjoy a drink while networking with your peers. Sponsored by BASF
PESTWORLD EXHIBIT HALL. PestWorld wouldn't be the success that it is without the heart of the convention -- the PestWorld Exhibit Hall. This year, NPMA is anticipating a completely sold out exhibit hall -- with more than 200 leading vendors showcasing the latest products and services, exhibitors will show you their new products, explain current techniques, and demonstrate solutions to benefit small, mid-sized, and large pest management companies, as well as government employees and university researchers.
NPMA DAY OF SERVICE. Join NPMA in the Exhibit Hall on Friday morning to stuff materials to help local community groups and organizations. Not only will you be giving back but we will make sure you have fun too! And, on top of all this, you will have the tried-and-true experience of PestWorld - a mix of education, networking and research designed to complement your individual business model. We'll help you make the connections you want and find the answers you need to increase your profits
All general sessions, educational programs and the exhibit hall will be held at the San Diego Convention Center. Located at 111 W Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101. NPMA has secured room blocks at the following hotels:
FREDERICKSBURG, Va. – The National Wildlife Control Operators Association (NWCOA) has launched a strategic search for a new management team, after a nearly six-year tenure with Cooper Coron and Associates (CCA) as their association management company.
Andrea and Kristin Coron, principles with CCA, began their work with NWCOA in August 2013. In the ensuing time, the Corons learned a lot about the Wildlife Control Industry and worked hard to serve the association.
In addition to membership growth, NWCOA has experienced hearty growth in its training department in both the number of certification courses available, and the frequency of their presentation. With the hiring of Gregg Schumaker as NWCOA Training Coordinator, three new courses have been developed, and NWCOA has quadrupled the number of training events they provide.
“The financial stability and strength cultivated under the watchful eye of CCA’s financial management, has positioned NWCOA to capitalize on the momentum built over the last 3 years and continue the exponential growth in our training opportunities,” says Chris Lunn, NWCOA Treasurer.
“NWCOA’s sharp growth has really increased the management needs beyond the capacity of our company,“ says Andrea Coron, CCA President and NWCOA Executive Director. “It has been hugely rewarding to work with the great people who lead and those that are members of NWCOA. We will really miss this organization. We are very proud of the role that we've played in NWCOA’s growth over the last 5 3/4 years.”
A request for proposals outlining the management needs has been published and is available at https://careerhq.asaecenter.org/jobs/12320762. Proposals from either individuals or association management companies are being reviewed now. The review will continue until an appropriate candidate is found. For more information, call the executive office at 540/374-5600.