PestWorld 2020 attendees will hear from inspirational Ben Nemtin, #1 New York Times bestselling author of What Do You Want To Do Before You Die? and the star of the MTV show The Buried Life. From playing basketball with President Obama to streaking a professional soccer field, from raising over $400,000 for charity to placing a record-breaking $250,000 bet on roulette— Ben’s bucket list quest has inspired millions to chase their dreams and realize that impossible is possible. This keynote session, sponsored by Syngenta, is one you will not want to miss!
PestWorld 2020 also features robust programming offering more opportunities to earn recertification credits (CEUs), dynamic networking events, and an interactive exhibit hall that attendees can browse at their own pace. Register early! Participants who register by September 18 will receive a special gift!
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Haven't had the chance to make it to virtual Academy yet? It's time to add some more tools to your superhero belt! There are two opportunities this month on September 10 and September 24 to attend Academy Learning Labs.
Each Learning Lab is ONLY $50 FOR NPMA MEMBERS! Click here to check out the lineup of topics and speakers.
By now many of you may be aware of an organization that is soliciting NPMA members under the name “National Pest Maintenance Professional Association” or “NPMPA”.
The “National Pest Management Association®” is a registered trademark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and we therefore are entitled certain proprietary rights and protections under federal and state laws. Specifically, NPMA is entitled to restrict the use of the trademark, or a confusingly similar trademark, in connection with confusingly similar products or services.
The “National Pest Maintenance Professional Association” or “NPMPA” is not associated with NPMA in any way, and it is our belief that this entity/website is a fraudulent scam and a violation of NPMA’s federally registered trademark.
We apologize for any confusion or inconvenience this issue has caused you but want to ensure you that we are working to correct the issue and effectively represent, promote and advocate for the pest management industry.
The Professional Pest Management Alliance (PPMA) is working to educate consumers about the dangers and health threats associated with rats and mice during Rodent Awareness Week, this October 18-24, 2020.
With Americans altering their regular activities in response to the global pandemic, many food sources previously relied upon by rodents can no longer provide a steady supply, forcing them to move indoors in droves in search of sustenance. According to new research, there were more than 11 million online engagements on the topic of rats as a health and home issue in July 2020, and a 16 percent increase in rodent sightings in the kitchen in homes across America during that same timeframe.
PPMA will be dedicating all @PestWorld social media pages to sharing important rodent information, facts and prevention tips during Rodent Awareness Week. Pest control companies can help further the cause by focusing their social media content on rodents throughout the week as well and use the hashtag #RodentAwareness in all posts. This year, PPMA will also be unveiling a new and exciting consumer campaign to commemorate the week – so stay tuned for details!
Bee on Flower
As a membership benefit, NPMA has developed a gallery of
pest images at My.NPMAPestWorld.org for use by NPMA members.
Ja-Roy Exterminating Services of St. Tammany, Inc. of Convington, LA
Mike's Pest Control of Bowling Green, KY
Looking for an inexpensive marketing tool to reach your customers as the weather cools down? The Fall issue of Pest Gazette will showcase how your company can help them control the various types of pests that may take over their home during the season.
Pest Gazette is available in a print and digital format that is perfect for online marketing!
Click here to start customizing your Pest Gazette today!
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.
Webinar Sponsored by
As the pandemic continues to loom, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and premier sponsor BedBug Central have made the collective decision to host the 2020 Global Bed Bug Summit virtually. The virtual Summit will take place on the same dates, December 1-3, and will feature the latest bed bug research and education presented by industry thought leaders. Read more.
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