Back by popular demand, NPMA will be hosting a Kid’s Program on March 9th within the larger Legislative Day program. Children will get a chance to explore some of the most iconic DC landmarks as well as a tour of the Capitol Building! If you are interested in having your child(ren) participate, please RSVP to Maria Mercado by January 15.
NPMA can only host this program based on confirmed commitments. Please RSVP as soon as possible.
The NPMA office will be closed Monday, December 23 through Friday, December 27 as we celebrate the holidays with our friends and families. We will reopen on Monday, December 30. During this time, we wish everyone a happy and safe holiday!
The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) released a revised version of the NPMA-33 Wood Destroying Insect Inspection Form this year. The revised NPMA-33 form is available for purchase as a hard copy through NPMA’s BugStore, or as a digital form on the newly redesigned forms website: www.npmaforms.com.
NPMA hosted a webinar highlighting the changes to the NPMA-33 form in August. If you missed the training course, you can view the recording on NPMA’s Online Learning Center to learn about the new and improved form. The previous edition of this form will become obsolete after December 31, 2019.
For questions on purchasing NPMA forms or the new NPMA forms website, contact Michael Bentley at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please direct all questions or concerns regarding the updated NPMA-33 form to Jim Fredericks at email@example.com.
Winter has arrived and the Winter issue of Pest Gazette will help you give your customers and prospects a description of the various types of pests that may take over their home during the season.
Pest Gazette is available in printed and digital format that is perfect for online marketing!
Click here to start customizing your Pest Gazette today!
The holidays are quickly approaching and 2020 will be here before we know it! Stay organized and give back to a good cause by purchasing our Dogs of NPMA 2020 Calendar! All proceeds will go to a local charity that serves animals.
For a limited time only, you will receive a free pack of Pest ID cards with every calendar.
Ant Tending Aphids in the Dark
As a membership benefit, NPMA has developed a gallery of
pest images at My.NPMAPestWorld.org for use by NPMA members.
Control Ecologico de Plagas Taboada y Asociados S.A. of Costa Rica
Housing Authority of Butler County of Butler, PA
Nissan presents NPMA members with an exclusive program that allows members to purchase a new Nissan or Infiniti vehicle using incentives established by Nissan. This is another outstanding cost-saving benefit offered to you as a result of your affiliation with NPMA. All you need to do is visit the link below and follow a few simple steps to qualify for instant savings! These savings can result in up to $9,500 off on 2019 models.
Click here for program details and to apply for your certification number.
Registration rates increase December 24, 2019
Join us on January 15-17 for the 2020 Eastern Conference at Harrah's Resort Atlantic City in Atlantic City, NJ. The Conference will feature a mix of in-depth management sessions, and technical courses featuring the latest research in the pest management industry. Recertification credits have been applied for in CT, DC, DE, MA, MD, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VA, VT, and WV.
View the full program and register today!
Critter Control is pleased to announce that it is on track for 10 new franchise locations in 2019, which is the largest franchise growth for the company since 2007.
The Aust Group is pleased to announce the most recent acquisition of their client, Lytle’s Termite & Pest Control to ServiceMaster’s subsidiary, Terminix International.
Officials in Erie County, Ohio, have posted an image of a strange brown mass found in a Christmas tree, which contains hundreds of praying mantis eggs.
Prehistoric insects that resemble modern lice infested animals as early as the mid-Cretaceous, living and evolving along with dinosaurs and early birds.
The Public Health Agency of Canada says it is partnering with agencies in six provinces to investigate an outbreak of salmonella infections across the country.
Asbury Park Press
Lone star ticks, carriers of diseases that can sicken humans, are expanding their range in New Jersey, according to a newly published study in the New England Journal of Medicine from researchers in Connecticut.
The idea of servant leadership is buzzing through the business zeitgeist. But what's it all about, and does it actually work?
The Enterprisers Project
Check out these books for wisdom to help you lead with courage, compassion, and emotional intelligence in the year ahead.
The Motley Fool
Juggling personal and job-related tasks can be tricky this time of year. But that doesn't mean you can't do it.
Break the Frame
It’s a big thing on the internet, picking one word to guide your life and leadership in the year ahead. For me, one word is a lot more do-able than a laundry list of resolutions that fade within weeks.
As 2019 comes to a close, HR expert Lars Schmidt looks at the six trends that have shaped the modern world of work.
Dramatically increase morale and motivation, and success will follow.
To help protect your home from holiday hitchhikers, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) is reminding homeowners to be vigilant about keeping pests out while decorating the tree this year.
Nothing can get between New Yorkers and their morning coffee – and apparently, this even extends to the city's rat population.