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Arrow Exterminators Acquires All State Exterminating

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All State is a full-service company, specializing in residential and commercial pest and termite control located in Spartanburg, S.C.

AMD | July 1, 2014

Pictured (l-r) are: Emily Thomas Kendrick (Arrow), Drew Wingo (All State), Kevin Burns (Arrow) and Tim Pollard (Arrow) .

ATLANTA, Ga. — Atlanta-based Arrow Exterminators announced the acquisition of All State Exterminating, a full-service company, specializing in residential and commercial pest and termite control located in Spartanburg, S.C.

“We are so pleased to welcome the customers and employees of All State Exterminating to the Arrow family,” said Emily Thomas Kendrick, President and Chief Executive Officer of Arrow Exterminators. “All State Exterminating’s commitment to their community, passion for customer service and their full service offerings makes them a perfect strategic fit for Arrow.” 

“When looking for a home for our business, we wanted a company that provides exemplary customer service and is passionate about how customers and employees are treated.  We found that in Arrow Exterminators and are proud to join the Arrow family,” said second generation owner Drew Wingo. "We also looked for a company that would provide our employees with many growth opportunities and an expanded range of services to offer our customers.”

“All State Exterminating is well regarded in Spartanburg and the surrounding communities and we are proud to have this seasoned team of professionals join the Arrow family,” stated Tim Pollard, Arrow’s Chief Operating Officer. “We continuously look to merge with high-quality companies who share our goals, principles and culture.”
                                                           
 

 

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