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Arrow Exterminators Recognizes 2012-2013 Top Sales Professionals

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The company hosted its annual Premier Club in Puerto Rico.

| September 27, 2013

 ATLANTA – Arrow Exterminators recently held the company’s annual Premier Club weekend to celebrate their top performing sales professionals. The award recipients and their guests were treated to a stay at the beautiful Ritz Carlton in San Juan Puerto Rico. Upon arrival these outstanding professionals immersed themselves in the luxury and sophistication of this destination. They enjoyed delectable dining experiences, recreation and relaxation. The competitive nature of this team insured many games of volleyball!

 

The highlight was a special reception and awards banquet to celebrate the successes of the 2012-2013 award recipients.

“It was a great honor to be able to recognize Arrow’s top producing sales folks at this year’s Premier Club trip,” said Emily Thomas Kendrick, Chief Executive Officer and President. “It was particularly gratifying this year because these professionals played a critical role in Arrow achieving the most successful year in the company’s history.”

Joe Thomas, Chairman of the Board, continues, “We have the best sales team in our industry and this trip is a great way to show our appreciation for their accomplishments.”

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