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Arrow Exterminators Recognizes 2011-2012 Top Sales Professionals

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The company's top performing sales staff were recently treated to a weekend trip in the Bahamas.

| October 2, 2012

Arrow Exterminators staff. Photo courtesy of Arrow.

ATLANTA - Arrow Exterminators recently held the company's annual Premier Club weekend to celebrate its top performing sales professionals. 

 

The award recipients and their guests were treated to a three-night stay at the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island, Bahamas. The staff were treated to dining, recreation and relaxation, and the weekend closed with a special reception and awards banquet, Arrow said.

"It was a great honor to be able to recognize Arrow's top producing sales folks at this year's Premier Club trip," said Emily Thomas Kendrick, CEO and president, Arrow Exterminators. "It was particularly gratifying this year because these professionals played a critical role in Arrow achieving the most successful year in the company's history."

"We have the best sales team in our industry and this trip is a great way to show our appreciation for their accomplishments," said Joe Thomas, chairman of the Arrow board.

 

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