NPMA is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 87th annual PestWorld convention, taking place virtually on October 13-15.
PestWorld 2020 offers discounted registration pricing for attendees as well as even deeper markdowns for companies signing-up multiple staff. Additionally, those who register before September 26 have the advantage of saving up to $55 with early bird pricing. Attendee registration includes keynote sessions, exclusive access to over 60 educational sessions, 24/7 exhibit hall access, and a variety of networking opportunities.
So, mark your calendar and make plans to join your pest management community for the most important event of the year, and be among the industry leaders and influencers, helping to shape the future of pest management and the valuable role we play in public health and safety. View the full program and register online at www.PestWorld2020.org.
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Galen Emanuele’s virtual keynote session this Thursday, August 27 from 3:00-4:30pm EST, will blow the doors off the way you approach and drive culture, leadership, and feedback in your organization. Galen provides coaching and resources to help leaders define their unique Leadership DNA Code to increase self-awareness, skill sets, & effectiveness. Additionally, this session includes training on skillfully giving & receiving feedback, and you'll learn a simple model to establish a “Culture of Feedback” for consistent growth, inclusion, & accountability. Galen will also translate the complex and elusive idea of creating culture, and HOW to do it into a simple, step by step process to establish a clearly defined, intentional code of values and conduct that will change the game for you, your team, and your organization.
Keynote session sponsored by Syngenta
The Professional Pest Management Alliance (PPMA), which serves as the public outreach arm of NPMA, announced recently its “Hindsight” and “Reality Check” public service announcements have been awarded a Silver and Bronze Telly, respectively, in the Regional TV-Public Service and Social Responsibility category in the 41st Annual Telly Awards. The Telly Awards honors excellence in video and television across all screens and is judged by leaders from video platforms, television, streaming networks and production companies, including Dow Jones, Duplass Brothers Productions, Complex Networks, A&E Networks, Hearst Media, ESPN Films, RYOT, Vice+ and Vimeo. Read more.
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As a membership benefit, NPMA has developed a gallery of
pest images at My.NPMAPestWorld.org for use by NPMA members.
Boise Pest Control of Boise, ID
Certemy of Van Nuys, CA
High Desert Landscaping Tree and Lawn of Pocatello, ID
Pest X Pro of Lewistown, PA
Certemy, a leading provider of compliance management software for field service companies, and NPMA, announced recently that NPMA members and QualityPro accredited companies can now receive a 30% discount on Certemy’s services. This month QualityPro, the industry credentialing program endorsed by NPMA went live with Certemy to automate QualityPro accreditation and certification programs for pest management companies nationwide. Learn more.
September 17, 2020 | 2:00-3:00pm EST | REGISTER
Niamh Quinn, PhD, University of California, Davis, CA
Rodenticides have been under heavy scrutiny in recent years, with high profile media reports implicating rodenticides in the poisoning of wildlife in California and other locations. In response, researchers have begun investigating different aspects of rodenticide use to better understand how wildlife are becoming exposed. Learn about the latest findings, what they mean for the industry, and what efforts every PMP should make to protect future rodenticide use in the U.S.
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The Senate Republicans have put together a new COVID bill and rumors say it could see a vote in the next few weeks. Not yet introduced, NPMA staff got an early look at the text and has broken down how this can affect you and your businesses. Read the full article here.
Rollins, Inc. recently announced the passing of R. Randall Rollins, the Company's Chairman of the Board who died peacefully, surrounded by family. Mr. Rollins was 88 years old. Long-standing Board Members Gary W. Rollins, Vice Chairman and Henry B. Tippie, Lead Director, will continue in their respective leadership roles until succession plans are announced. Read more.
McCall Service is pleased to announce that J. Bryan Cooksey Jr. was recognized as the 2020 American Values Dinner Honoree.
This annual event hosted by the Boy Scouts of America North Florida Council recognizes the contributions of significant people to the organization. This year, McCall Service's Chairman Emeritus, J Bryan Cooksey Jr. was honored with that recognition.
Janet Thrasher has been appointed by Governor Gavin Newsom to the Structural Pest Control Board of California. Ms. Thrasher is president of Thrasher Termite & Pest Control, Inc., headquartered in Los Gatos, California. For over 40 years, Ms. Thrasher has been involved in the day to day operations of her customer service-oriented pest control business, while contributing to the pest control industry on local, state, and national levels.
The Virginia Pest Management Association (VPMA) is happy to share the great news that Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has appointed Charles T. Church, President of Getem Services, and a member of the VPMA Board of Directors to the Virginia Board of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VBACS). Charlie moves into the Commercial Structural Pesticide Applicator seat vacated by Kevin Kordek, who served the maximum allowable time of 8 years on this Board. Learn more.
A plan to release over 750 million genetically modified mosquitoes into the Florida Keys in 2021 and 2022 received final approval from local authorities, against the objection of many local residents and a coalition of environmental advocacy groups.
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