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Arrow Exterminators Acquires Norton Exterminating

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Northern Georgia-based firm is the latest acquisition by Arrow.

| November 8, 2012

ATLANTA - Arrow Exterminators has acquired the northern Georgia-based Norton Exterminating, the company announced.

Norton is a full-service company, specializing in residential and commercial pest and termite control throughout Stephens, Rabun, Habersham, Banks and other counties. The Arrow service center will be in Toccoa, Ga.

"We are looking forward to serving Reggie and Penny Norton's customers and welcoming the employees in north Georgia to Arrow," said Emily Thomas Kendrick, CEO and President, Arrow. "Norton's commitment to their customers, and passion for customer service as well as their full-service offerings are not only a perfect fit, but a strategic fit. With this acquisition we are now able to fully service all of the north Georgia market."

Reggie and Penny Norton, owners, said they were looking for a company that provides exemplart customer service and was passionate about customers and employees. "We wanted to give our employees an opportunity to be with acompany where we knew there would be growth opportunities as well as an expanded range of services to offer our customers," they said.

Learn more about Arrow at arrowexterminators.com

 

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