The East Tennessee Pest Control Association is dedicated to serving its members and ensuring they receive quality training and continuing education as well as monitoring legislation that impacts your business.
As part of the pest management industry, you are essential. Your business requires specialized support and resources so you can continue protecting public health, food, and property within the communities you serve.
Membership with ETPCA also gains you membership into the Tennessee Pest Control Association and the National Pest Management Association. Having a joint membership in all 3 associations grants you access to all information and resources in the pest control industry.
We hope you will join us as we work to strengthen the pest management industry. We have several types of membership levels, depending on your role in the pest control industry.
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Any person, firm, or corporation engaged in providing pest control services who is licensed within the State of Tennessee is eligible for Full Membership in the East Tennessee Pest Control Association. Full Membership requires a member to join the Tennessee Pest Control Association and the National Pest Control Association under the Joint Membership Agreement. The body of Full Members shall constitute an organization within the ETPCA known as District II of the Tennessee Pest Control Association.
Persons, firms, or corporations involved in the pest control industry such as, but not limited to, manufacturing, supplying, or distributing goods or services are eligible for Allied Membership. Those persons, firms, or corporations providing pest control services who do not wish to take advantage of Joint Membership with the Tennessee Pest Control Association and the National Pest Control Association may join the ETPCA as an Allied Member. Allied Members shall have no voting privileges but may hold elective offices with the exception of President, President-Elect, and District II State Director.
The Officers of the Association shall have the authority to bestow Honorary Membership by a two-thirds (2/3) vote to any person they select who has contributed to the advancement of the Association and/or pest control industry. Honorary members may be designated as Allied Members but not Full Members.