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Arrow Exterminators Relocates Office in Savannah

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Arrow Exterminators dedicates new location to better serve its customers.

| June 21, 2010

ATLANTA – June 17, 2010 – Arrow Exterminators recently relocated its office in Savannah, Georgia to better serve the Greater Savannah community.  Complete with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and the family owners in attendance, this new office is just another way that Arrow has firmly rooted itself in the Savannah market.

“Being a Georgia family-owned and operated company for more than 46 years, we value family and the community. My grandfather started this business and we know how important it is to be visible in the community as well as to get give back to the communities we serve.  We look forward to better serving the fine folks in the Greater Savannah are and rolling out the red carpet for them with our focus on customer service and sustainability,” said Emily Thomas Kendrick, president and chief operating officer.

“Our STEPS   Total Protection System is how we protect families and homes from pests and pest related diseases and destruction.  We’re pleased to be able to offer the Savannah community this environmentally responsible method of controlling pests.  It really is pest and termite control you can feel good about.” Kendrick stated.

 

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