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Clark Pest Control Helps Holiday Donations with Toys for Tots

Clark held a week-long holiday toy drive at its headquarters in Lodi, California; the toys were then collected by the Marine Corps and delivered to needy children in time for the holiday.

| December 29, 2009

LODI , Calif. — Clark Pest Control joined forces with Toys for Tots this holiday season to help needy children in their local community. The California and Nevada based pest control company held a week-long holiday toy drive at its headquarters in Lodi, California; the toys were then collected by the Marine Corps and delivered to needy children in time for the holiday.

Clark held a week-long holiday toy drive at its headquarters in Lodi, California; the toys were then collected by the Marine Corps and delivered to needy children in time for the holiday.

Clark Pest Control invited the local community in Lodi and surrounding communities to contribute to the toy donations at their headquarters. The toy drive began with a kickoff event from Clark Pest Control of $1,000 worth of toys. The donation drive also included a visit from Santa which brought in 100 people all of whom donated a gift. Together the Clark Pest Control team, and the proceeds of the donation drive, brought in enough toys to fill the Toys for Tots van.

Clark Pest Control has grown into one of largest pest management companies in the Western United States. Family-owned and operated Clark Pest Control works to provide unparalleled service to each and every client. The entire Clark Pest Control team was proud to donate to Toys for Tots and thanks the community members that joined them.


 

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