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Jones Promoted to Senior VP of Arrow Exterminators’ East and West Georgia Regions

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The East and West Georgia Regions include service areas from Athens, Ga., to Jacksonville, Fla., and Macon, Ga. to Fort Walton Beach, Fla.

| November 10, 2011

ATLANTA — Arrow Exterminators announced the promotion of Charlie Jones to Senior Vice President of Arrow Exterminators’ East and West Georgia Regions which include service areas from Athens, Ga., to Jacksonville, Fla., and Macon, Ga. to Fort Walton Beach, Fla.

Jones has been with Arrow Exterminators for over five years. He has previously served as a regional vice president, vice president of sales and regional sales manager.

“We couldn’t be more pleased to have Charlie lead two of our most important regions in the company, East and West Georgia,” said Jeff Singley, chief operating officer for Arrow Exterminators. “The value of promoting leaders from within the organization who have served and understand our business at all levels cannot be overstated. As a family owned and operated company, we are proud to reward success and hard work internally.”

A graduate of Auburn University, Jones has more than 12 years of experience in the pest control industry where he has held a number of different positions and he was recently selected to serve in the Georgia Pest Control Association Leadership Program. Charlie and his wife Margaret, along with their two young children, reside in metro Atlanta.

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