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Heron Lawn & Pest Control Celebrates 'Employee Appreciation Day'

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Employees gathered in May at Westmonte Park at Altamonte Springs, Fla.

| June 27, 2011

Orlando, Fla. — Heron Lawn & Pest Control, Orlando, Fla., recently celebrated the firm’s “Employee Appreciation Day.”
 
The event was held Friday, May 13, at Westmonte Park at Altamonte Springs, Fla. Employees from all five branches came together for a day filled with games, great food, a raffle and an awards ceremony to honor employees who achieved Bronze Level in Heron’s Employee Rewards Program.

“Our employees are the heart of the business. We are blessed to have such a great team and we look forward to this day to show our appreciation for their hard work and dedication,” Owners Rodney Lackey, Joe Patti and Steve Okros said in a press release.

Heron Lawn and Pest Control was launched in January of 2002.

The firm provides lawn care, shrub care, pest control, termite control and mosquito reduction in Orange, Volusia, Lake, Osceola and Seminole Counties.
 
To learn more, visit www.heronlawnandpest.com.
 

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