Arrow Exterminators Promotes Strickland and Thomas

Arrow Exterminators Promotes Strickland and Thomas

Mike Strickland and Mickey Thomas were promoted to Arrow ’s executive committee.

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July 30, 2018
Edited by the PCT Staff
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ATLANTA, Ga. — Arrow Exterminators announced a series of internal promotions to the company’s executive committee. President and CEO Emily Thomas Kendrick said the promotions are part of Arrow’s plan to grow in revenue while still maintaining a family culture with its employees. 

“The value of promoting leaders from within the organization who not only understand our business at all levels but even more importantly understand and embrace our culture can’t be overstated,” Kendrick said. “We are thrilled to announce the promotions of Mike Strickland and Mickey Thomas to our executive committee.”

Mike Strickland, former regional vice president of operations, has been promoted to Arrow’s executive committee as senior vice president of operations. Strickland began his career with Arrow 14 years ago, and prior to his role as regional vice president of operations, he served as a service center manager for key locations in metro Atlanta and northern Georgia. Strickland will now be responsible for Arrow’s south-central Atlanta, northeast metro Atlanta and Tennessee/Kentucky regions. 

Mickey Thomas, former vice president of inside sales, has been promoted to Arrow’s executive committee as vice president of the customer care department and inside sales. In this role Thomas will have leadership responsibilities for customer care, which include customer care training in Arrow’s 113 offices, business intelligence and acquisition integration. In addition, she will maintain her leadership responsibilities for inside sales. Thomas has been with Arrow for 11 years.

“We couldn’t be prouder of these hard-working team members and their accomplishments,” said Tim Pollard, senior executive vice president and COO. “Providing opportunities for growth and collaboration will continue to make us stronger and healthier.”


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