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Nader's Recognized with Business of the Year Award

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The Greater Nassau County Chamber of Commerce (GNCCC) named Nader’s Pest Raiders, an Arrow Exterminators family company, the 2013 Business of the Year in the large business category.

| March 26, 2014

ATLANTA – The Greater Nassau County Chamber of Commerce (GNCCC) named Nader’s Pest Raiders, an Arrow Exterminators family company, the 2013 Business of the Year in the large business category. This prestigious award acknowledges the accomplishments of a local business and the contributions they make to the community through best business practices, community involvement and leadership. The award was voted on by the GNCCC Board of Directors.

Florida State Senator Aaron Bean sent a congratulatory letter to Nader’s Jacksonville Service Center Manager, David Eason, where he states, “I know all of your hard work and dedication to Nader’s Pest Raiders will not only have a far reaching and positive impact on your future, but also on the quality of life for so many of the residents living in Nassau County.”

 “We are extremely proud that the GNCC selected Nader’s to receive this honor and our team greatly appreciated the recognition from Senator Bean” said Eason. “At Nader’s we are truly passionate about the communities where we live and work and we look forward to many more years of service to the residents of Nassau County.”
 

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