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Anne-Marie Tulp Inducted Secretary of Florida Pest Management Association
Anne-Marie Tulp has been inducted as secretary of the Florida Pest Management Association. She is the third woman to serve on the executive committee in the organization's 69-year history.
Ms. Tulp brings two and a half years of regional directorship experience to the FPMA executive committee. Executives move up from secretary to president during a four-year term, which in 2017 will make Ms. Tulp the third woman to be president of the 69-year-old organization.
"The FPMA is important to me because it's ultimately about improving pest control for both homeowners and pest control operators," explains Ms. Tulp. "As a member of the executive board, I believe that one way to achieve this goal is to get the word out to all pest control operators about the benefits of joining the Florida Pest Management Association (http://www.flpma.org/)
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Membership isn't the only means by which Ms. Tulp seeks to improve the direction of pest control in Florida. "Gathering together forward-thinking companies into the FPMA gives us a voice in government. We plan to use that voice to protect homeowners, their families, and the environment."
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