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Ray Crim Inducted into GPCA Hall of Fame

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Arrow’s Crim has spent 40 years assisting growing and building the Georgia Pest Control Association.

| January 23, 2013

ATLANTA – Ray Crim, executive vice president emeritus with Arrow Exterminators, was recently inducted into the Georgia Pest Control Association’s (GPCA) Hall of Fame. The GPCA Hall of Fame inductees are proven industry leaders who work tirelessly for the industry and the Association. Crim has spent 40 years assisting in growing and building the GPCA.

“Ray has brought so much leadership to the Association. Our stability and professionalism are due in large part to the guidance that he provided,” said Valera Jesse, Executive Director.

“We are so very proud of Ray and his industry accomplishments. It is an honor to work along side of him each and every day,” said Emily Thomas Kendrick, president and CEO for Arrow Exterminators “His enormous effect on and contributions to the Georgia Pest Control industry as well as the association over the last 40 years have helped us all raise the bar for professionalism and integrity.”

Crim began his career in 1972 as a service technician and never looked back. “I am truly honored to be part of the prestigious group of folks who have been inducted into the GPCA Hall of Fame,” said Crim.

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