PMP Growth Summit a win-win for attendees


May 10, 2019

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After nearly a year of planning, the third annual Pest Management Professional (PMP) Growth Summit got underway the afternoon of Wednesday, March 13, with its first-ever Boardroom Presentations. Taking place once again at the Reunion Resort in Orlando, Fla., the presentations were delivered by the following event partners:

After the presentations, everyone headed to the poolside reception for a light dinner and networking.

The second day of the PMP Growth Summit, Thursday, March 14, kicked off bright and early with breakfast roundtable discussions. Pest management professionals (PMPs) and partners met and shared their experience and ideas on the secrets to hiring and retaining employees; customer retention, repeat business and referrals; the Top 5 pests; streamlined business tips; obstacles and opportunities; and leveraging social media for their businesses.

Following breakfast, the 33 PMPs and 13 partner companies met for one-on-one meetings to network and discuss new products and solutions, find solutions to their business challenges and learn about pest management trends. Attendees then met up at the driving range to shoot the group cover photo before lunch.

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Next on the agenda was an afternoon of golf on Reunion Resort’s Watson Course. Control Solutions Inc. sponsored the golf scramble. Non-golfing attendees enjoyed lunch on the patio; afterward, some went for a game of bocce while others opted for a visit to the pool, a walk on the nearly 7.5 miles of trails Reunion Resort offers, or some quiet time back in their guest villas.

Thursday evening wrapped up with a casual BBQ dinner at Reunion Resort’s Grande Pavilion sponsored by Nature-Cide. A local Celtic band entertained guests, who also enjoyed some friendly competition at cornhole and a giant version of Jenga. After dinner, many attendees went up to the rooftop bar and grille, Eleven, to watch the fireworks set off after the Disney Parks closed for the evening.

The PMP Growth Summit wrapped up early Friday afternoon after a packed schedule consisting of another breakfast roundtable discussion session and a second morning of one-on-one meetings.

If you’re interested in becoming a participant in the 2020 PMP Growth Summit, please visit Additional information about this invitation-only event is posted there.

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