NOTE: HOTEL DEADLINE is December 24, 2017.
Contact the hotel Direct! (Mention you are part of the Lee County/Florida Mosquito Control Association group for the $145/night rate.)
Hilton Garden Inn Fort Myers Airport/FGCU
16410 Corporate Commerce Way,
Fort Myers, FL 33913 239-210-7200 Fax: 239-210-7201
PROGRAM REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS:
REGISTRATION is for all three days!
GROUP PRICING: If you take advantage of the price break for 10 people, Register the first person in the party under the GROUP RATE category, then register the other nine (9) people individually under the GROUP INCLUSIVE category.
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Lunch on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Breakfast on Wednesday and Thursday
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The Florida Mosquito Control Association (FMCA) will once again sponsor an aerial short course. This class will be a follow up of previous classes and will include new issues of concern for our industry.
Location: The old Buckingham Army Air Field, which is home to the Lee County Mosquito Control District,
Address: 15191 Homestead Road, Lehigh Acres, FL 33971 (telephone number 239-694-2174). A map is available on the web at WWW.LCMCD.ORG.
Note for Pilots: Radio Frequency 122.9 & Coordinates N26-38.6 & W081-42.6. Arrangements for your aircraft should be handled through Jim McKeever (Lee County MCD) at 239-694-2174.
Attendees will be assisted with transportation to and from the selected hotel to the District, a distance of approximately 14 miles, if prior arrangements are made with the Chairperson, email Mark Latham at email@example.com
FMCA Fly-In is promising to be like those held every year for the past 17 years… full of interesting and valuable information covering a wide variety of subjects important to the mosquito control aerial application industry… but most importantly an opportunity to view and discuss issues with other mosquito control aerial application professionals.
Subjects of relevance to be covered on the agenda for the 2018 FMCA Fly-In include: (More detail will be posted closer to the meeting)
There will also be presentations from many different programs on their aerial operations covering both routine application issues and novel approaches, as well updates from industry (equipment manufacturers, pesticide manufacturers and insurance representatives). Plus the opportunity for “open audience discussions” for the most pressing problems facing todays’ aerial application professionals. And lets not forget the always popular Wednesday morning field demonstration.