The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) announced this week the creation of its Strategic Partnership program, designed to provide companies that promote the association’s strategic initiatives, to include education, advocacy, and market outreach, the opportunities to align themselves with NPMA and its work on behalf of the pest management association.
“BASF, Bayer Environmental, Dow AgroSciences, FMC and Syngenta have been significant supporters of NPMA’s programs for decades,” stated NPMA CEO Dominique Stumpf. “Through our Strategic Partnership program, we are able to recognize their commitment to the structural pest management industry by maximizing the visibility opportunities for these companies.”
To be considered an NPMA strategic partner, companies engage representatives of their organizations as members and correspondents of NPMA committees, participate in the leadership on allied industry groups like QualityPro and PPMA, contribute to the advancement of the industry through research being led by the NPMA Pest Management Foundation, defend our industry through pledges to the NPMA Issues Defense Fund and provide financial support to NPMA programs.
“Without the unwavering support of these partners, many of NPMA’s initiatives would not have been attainable,” said Stumpf. “Our industry, our members, and their employees have all benefitted from their commitment.”
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