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Podcast: Kevin Burns Discusses Arrow Exterminators' M&A Philosophy

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Burns, chief development officer, Arrow Exterminators, discusses a variety of topics related to the company's approach to mergers and acquisitions.

| June 14, 2012

Arrow Exterminators is a sponsor of the upcoming Mergers and & Acquisitions Virtual Conference & Trade Show, to be held Aug. 8.

In the following podcast, Kevin Burns, chief development officer, Arrow Exterminators, discusses a variety of topics related to the company's approach to mergers and acquisitions.

Designed for anyone exploring the possibility of a sale, currently in the market for acquisitions, or laying the groundwork for succession planning, this one-day virtual event provides expert advice from the industry’s leading authorities on mergers and acquisitions and family business issues. One of the most exciting aspects of this event is that it is virtual, meaning attendees will learn from the comfort of their home or office. For more information visit http://virtualevent.pctonline.com or call 800/456-0707.

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