Arkansas Pest Management Membership Benefits

Membership Benefits
Your membership to APMA allows you to access to parts of our Web site which are password-protected, that is, not available to nonmembers viewing the site.

Your membership to APMA includes invitations to attend General Membership meetings held quarterly; an Annual Fall Conference; annual or semi-annual Regional Training Meetings; APMA State Legislative Day Luncheon, held biannually; and the Annual National Pest Management Association Conference.

Your membership to APMA also includes membership with the National Pest Management Association with its many membership benefits. NPMA provides a toll-free Information Central Hotline; government affairs representation; discounted group insurance program; health insurance referral program; Internet sales leads in your area; training resources at The Bugstore; the Who’s Who in Professional Pest Management & Buyer’s Guide; alerts by e-mail, “E-lerts” for timely industry information and news At Your Desktop; a members-only newsletter; a consumer newsletter produced on a seasonal basis for your customers; pre-paid legal services; management assistance; gasoline discount programs with two national distributors – Exxon/Mobil and Texaco/Shell. The national association membership also allows you to get connected with NPMA International to help strengthen your business.

Becoming a member of APMA is easy! Just fill out the application print and mail it with your check to the address provided. (You will still need to mail your check!) Take advantage of all the benefits of APMA and NPMA membership, including attendance at our next quarterly membership meeting.

As a voice for you, APMA informs the public of your role as protectors of food, health, property and environment. We provide networking and educational opportunities, including a college scholarship. We inform you of industry news and events. You are given access to resources to make your business more effective and efficient. For More Information contact our Executive Director at (501) 224-4840, or by e-mail. Also available to discuss the goals and services of the APMA are our elected board members.