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Arrow Exterminators Celebrates Excellence with 2011 Pinnacle Club

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Arrow hosted a weekend celebration for outstanding service professionals and customer care representatives at a premier Florida resort destination.

| March 11, 2011

ATLANTA  – Arrow Exterminators recognized the company’s top producing Service Professionals and Customer Care Specialists with the honor of Pinnacle Club 2011. This achievement is earned by those who reach their goals through outstanding sales and service efforts. Forty-six qualifying employees and their guests were invited to attend the Pinnacle Club awards banquet and spend a relaxing weekend at the renowned Ponte Vedra Inn. Eighteen of the Pinnacle Club honorees also went Beyond the Call to achieve the elite Chairman’s Club status. These individuals arrived a day early and were treated to a special reception and unique oceanfront dining experience.

“I am so proud of the folks who qualified for the Chairman’s Club as well as Pinnacle Club this year,” commented Arrow’s Chairman of the Board, Joe Thomas. “We are pleased to honor our hard-charging employees for their outstanding achievements and are looking forward to another record setting year for Arrow.”

Chief Executive Officer and President Emily Thomas Kendrick added, “We have a really outstanding group of Service Professionals and Customer Care Representatives here at Arrow and we are excited to take the opportunity to say a huge thank you and celebrate their accomplishments annually at our Pinnacle Club and Chairman’s Club event as well as throughout the year.”
 

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