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Arrow Exterminators Participates in Local Walk/Run to Support March of Dimes

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As part of the company's sustainability initiative, Arrow Exterminators raised more than $8,500 for the March of Dimes.

| June 8, 2010

ATLANTA – While economic turbulent times abound and uncertainty with the stock market continues, Arrow Exterminators is committed to their sustainability initiative. 

“Sustainability has three-prongs – social, economic and environmental.  We take this seriously and are continuing to give back to the communities we serve,” said Emily Thomas Kendrick president and chief operating officer. 

Recently, Arrow Exterminators raised over $8,500 for the March of Dimes; participated in a local walk/run to support research for peroxisomal disorders; sponsored an event benefiting the children’s program of visiting nurses in Atlanta; and participated in an American Cancer Society event. 

“We look to be part of the communities we serve with a focus on protecting children and children’s health,” continued Kendrick.

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