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Podcast: Kevin Burns Reviews Arrow Exterminators’ Recent M&A Involvement

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Burns, Chief Development Officer, Arrow Exterminators, discusses a variety of topics related to mergers and acquisitions and reviews Arrow’s recent involvement in the M&A market.

| July 31, 2013

In the following podcast, Kevin Burns, Chief Development Officer, Arrow Exterminators, discusses a variety of topics related to mergers and acquisitions and reviews Arrow’s recent involvement in the M&A market.

Burns will be a presenter for PCT’s M&A Virtual Event Conference 2.0, scheduled for Aug. 14. , an all-day event in which leading experts will present a full-day of webinars on important mergers and acquisitions topics.

Arrow Exterminators is a platinum level sponsor PCT’s M&A Virtual Event Conference 2.0. For more information and to sign up for the event visit http://virtualevent.pctonline.com/ or contact PCT’s events department at 800/456-0707.

 

 

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