Adam’s president named FPMA secretary

May 3, 2013 -  By

Adam’s Pest Control has announced that its president, Anne-Marie Tulp, has been named secretary of the Florida Pest Management Association (FPMA), an organization that represents pest and lawn professionals.

The company, which provides pest control, termite prevention, rodent prevention, lawn care, weed control, crab grass control, and tree and shrub care services to residential and commercial customers in Florida’s Treasure Coast, said executives move up from secretary to president during a four-year term, which in 2017 will make her 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,” Tulp said. “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 FPMA. More involved members means more companies will have the tools necessary to offer their customers the best service possible.”

Adam’s Pest Control emphasizes environmental awareness in its mission statement and Tulp sees her new role in the FPMA as an extension of that mission.

“If we can educate FPMA member companies about modern environmental techniques, we’ll be providing homeowners with more environmental choices than they might have had access to before,” she said.

Membership isn’t the only means by which seeks to improve the direction of pest control in Florida. “Gathering together forward-thinking companies into the FPMA gives us a voice in government,” Tulp said. “We plan to use that voice to protect homeowners, their families, and the environment.”


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