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Arrow Exterminators Announces Promotions of Wright and Glover

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John Wright has been promoted to vice president of sales and Glenn Glover to region vice president of the company’s Tennessee and Kentucky region.

| January 9, 2012

ATLANTA  — Arrow Exterminators announced the promotion of John Wright to vice president of sales.

Wright began his career with Arrow Exterminators over 38 years ago and has excelled in various leadership positions within the organization including most recently, regional sales manager.  In his new role, Wright will continue to provide support to the entire Arrow sales team and serve as a liaison to corporate departments such as technical srvices, government and public affairs, marketing, operations and Arrow University.  Wright’s father, a 51-year veteran of the pest control industry, also spent the last 19 years of his career with Arrow, making John the second generation of Wrights to join the Arrow family.

“John has taken his support to the next level proving that his experience and knowledge are unmatched within Arrow and the industry,” said Tim Pollard, senior vice pesident of sales for Arrow Exterminators.  “As a family owned company, we value internal growth and are proud to reward John for his strong work ethic and professionalism. Arrow is very fortunate to have leaders of this quality and we are confident that John will be extremely successful in his new role.”

Arrow also announced that Glenn Glover was promoted to region vice president of the company’s Tennessee and Kentucky region. This region includes Nashville, Knoxville, Chattanooga in Tennessee,  and the Bowling Green, Kentucky service area.  An 18-year veteran of the pest control industry, Glover joined Arrow Exterminators three years ago and has served as manager of the Duluth and Tucker Georgia service centers as well as an Atlanta regional home service center.  

“Glenn is a wonderful leader and with his strong work ethic, this role is a perfect fit for Glenn and the next step in his career with Arrow,” said Mike Warren, senior vice president of operations for Arrow Exterminators.  “The value of promoting leaders from within the organization who understand our business at all levels cannot be overstated. As a family owned company, we are proud to reward success and hard work internally.”

 

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