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Arrow Acquires Al Hoffer’s Melbourne (Fla.) Business

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Arrow Exterminators announced the acquisition of the Melbourne, Fla. business of Al Hoffer’s Termite, Pest and Lawn.

| June 13, 2012

Pictured (from left to right) Tim Pollard, Arrow Exterminators; Al Hoffer, Lynn Hoffer, and Eric Hoffer; and Kevin Burns, Arrow Exterminators. .

ATLANTA, Ga.  – Atlanta-based Arrow Exterminators announced the acquisition of Al Hoffer’s Termite, Pest and Lawn business located in Melbourne, Fla.  Hoffer’s is a full service company, specializing in residential and commercial pest control, termite control, wildlife control and lawn and ornamental services.

 “We made a strategic decision to focus on our future growth opportunities in South Florida and were looking for a home for our Melbourne, Florida business,” said Al Hoffer, owner.  “At Al Hoffer’s Termite, Pest and Lawn, we strive for exemplary customer service and are passionate about how our customers and our employees are treated. The family values and similar culture we share with Arrow Exterminators will make this transition seamless for our employees and our customers.”

 

“We are looking forward to serving Al Hoffer’s customers and making a home for the employees in our Melbourne, Florida office,” said Emily Thomas Kendrick, chief executive officer and president of Arrow Exterminators. “Hoffer’s commitment to their customers, family values and passion for customer service as well as their full service offerings is a perfect fit with us.”

 

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