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Black Pest Prevention Names Arrant Charlotte Service Center Manager

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Arrant has been involved in the pest control industry since 1982.

| November 19, 2009

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Black Pest Prevention announced the appointment of Leonard Arrant as Service Center Manager in Charlotte.

 Leonard Arrant

Arrant began his pest control career in 1982 with Allied-Williams Pest Control in Panama City, FL. During his time with the company, he served in Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi and Oklahoma. After Terminix International bought Allied-Williams in 2001, Arrant stayed with the company for four years, spending part of that time helping residents along the Gulf Coast rebuild after Hurricane Ivan. For the past two years, Arrant has been working in the Middle Tennessee region.

“We are pleased to welcome such a seasoned professional to our team,” said Mike Davis, Chief Operating Officer of Black Pest Prevention. “Leonard’s experience and knowledge will be a great asset to customers and team members in our Charlotte service center.”

As Service Center Manager, Arrant will direct and coordinate all service center activities. Additionally, he will review and analyze operational reports and manage quality control at the service center.

For more information about Black Pest Prevention, visit www.blackpest.com or call 888-315-0308.
 

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