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Allgood Pest Solutions Launches 'Crush Cancer' Effort

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The Georgia firm will transform their Pestimonial Booth into a vehicle of victory and hope for cancer survivors, the firm announced.

| April 11, 2013

DUBLIN, Ga. - Allgood Pest Solutions is launching their "Crush Cancer" initiative in support of Relay for Life by transforming their Pestimonial Booth into a vehicle of victory and hope for cancer survivors and those currently fighting against cancer, the firm announced.

"Our Pestimonial Booth is unique and engaging and we knew we had to find a way to use it to give back to the community," said Lanny Allgood, CEO, Allgood Pest Solutions.

The Crush Cancer booth records stories that will be shared on the initiative's website, www.allgoodcrushescancer.com. "Our goal with these videos is to spread the message of hope, optimism and encouragement to those battling cancer," said Bill Ballard, who spearheaded the Crush Cancer initiative. 

The Crush Cancer initiative began through the idea of sharing stories of cancer survivors to encourage and empower those currently battling cancer. “Allgood wants to help ‘crush cancer’ just as we ‘crush bugs,’” Allgood added.

For more information visit allgoodpestsolutions.com

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