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Arrow Exterminators Acquires W.H. Wilson Termite & Pest Services

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Winston Salem, N.C.-based firm now part of Arrow.

| August 29, 2012

The team at W.H. Wilson Termite & Pest Services. Photo courtesy of Arrow Exterminators

 

ATLANTA, Ga. - Arrow Exterminators announced its acquisition of W. H. Wilson Termite & Pest Services, based in Winston Salem, N.C.

Wilson is a full-service company specializing in residential and commercial pest control and termite control, Arrow said.

"When looking for a home for our business, we were looking for a company that provides exemplary customer service and was passionate about how customers and employees are treated," said Hugh Wilson, owner of the Winston Salem firm. "We wanted to give our employees an opportunity to be with a company where we kneew there would be growth opportunities."

"We are looking forward to seving Hugh Wilson's customers and welcoming the employees in Winston Salem to Arrow," said Emily Thomas Kendrick, president and CEO of Arrow. "Wilson's commitment to their customers, and passion for customer service as well as their full-service offerings are a perfect fit with us."

"Wilson Termite & Pest Services is extremely well regarded in the Triad area of North Carolina," said Tim Pollard, Arrow COO. "We are proud this seasoned team of professionals join the Arrow family. As we grow in North Carolina, we are continuously looking to merge with high quality companies who will complement our objectives and principles."

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