Qualifying purchases of Syngenta Professional Pest Management products now qualify toward the 2016 Pest Partners 365 Early Order Period that runs Jan. 1 through April 30, 2016, giving Pest Management Professionals (PMPs) even more time to reach the minimum qualifying rebate for the program.
“The PestPartners 365 program is an innovative way for PMPs to maximize their buying power,” Pat Willenbrock,
Syngenta's head of marketing for Professional Pest Management in North America, said. “By offering extra time to work toward 2016 program qualification, PMPs who were just below the minimum qualification needed last year have a better chance of becoming a member in 2016. And, PMPs who qualified in 2015 have more time to achieve a higher rebate level for next year.”
Current members of PestPartners 365 will continue to earn 2015 rebates and qualify for the 2016 program. Member will also have until July 6, 2016 to pay for purchases made through the end of 2015 on the following items: Demand CS insecticide Master Shipper (24 1-quart bottles in a case), Demand CS + Archer insect growth regulator Multipak, and Tandem insecticide 2-quart bottle.
“We understand the importance of product rebates that go beyond a monthly or seasonal offering,”
Professional Pest Management Insecticide Brand Manager
Gregg Wisniewski said. “With the PestPartners 365 Program fall offer, yearlong savings can become a better reality for more PMPs and their businesses.”
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