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Arrow Exterminators Acquires Florida's Nader's Pest Raiders

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Nader's ranks #79 on PCT's annual Top 100 list. Photo: Left to right: Jeff Singley, David Eason, Darrell Higgins, Randy Nader, Emily Thomas Kendrick, Kevin Coyne, Jake Lauderdale and Kevin Burns.

| December 1, 2010

Left to right: Jeff Singley, David Eason, Darrell Higgins, Randy Nader, Emily Thomas Kendrick, Kevin Coyne, Jake Lauderdale and Kevin Burns.ATLANTA – Atlanta-based Arrow Exterminators on Dec. 1 announced the acquisition of Nader’s Pest Raiders of Ponte Vedra Beach and Fernandina Beach, Fla. The announcement was made by Emily Thomas Kendrick, Arrow Exterminators CEO and president. Nader’s Pest Raiders, ranked 79 on PCT’s Top 100 list, specializes in residential pest, termite and lawn care services. Nader’s Pest Raiders services Northeast Florida including Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra, St. Augustine and the Fernandina area, as well as the Coastal Georgia area.

The family business was started in 1990 by Randy Nader with the purpose of providing the best services in the industry utilizing the best employees, state of the art equipment and superior knowledge, Arrow says. Following the principles of integrity, customer satisfaction and superior employees, Nader has grown his company to be part of the PCT’s Top 100 companies in the industry.

“We are delighted with the opportunity to have a company like Nader’s Pest Raiders become part of our Arrow Exterminators family,” Kendrick said. “Nader’s Pest Raiders is a well-respected company in the Northeast Florida and Coastal Georgia markets and will greatly add to our growth.”

According to Nader, president and owner of Nader’s Pest Raiders, “Merging my company with a larger successful operation that shares the same family values and business philosophies was critical to my decision. The opportunity for our employees to advance and grow in this environment and in a family culture can only make us all more successful. I look forward to remaining with the company and continuing to lead our team members in Northeast Florida and Coastal Georgia.

“The Thomas family has built an outstanding organization with a family culture and a business philosophy of integrity, taking care of the customer and employees,” he added.

“Nader’s Pest Raiders has provided high quality pest, termite and lawn services for the last 20 years,” said Joe Thomas, Arrow chairman of the board. “We look forward to continuing to grow the Northeast Florida and South Georgia markets, while gaining tremendous talent with all of the Nader team members.”

Family owned since 1964, Atlanta-based Arrow Exterminators is the eighth largest pest and termite control company in the United States, ranked by revenue. Arrow boasts a modern fleet of more than 700 vehicles, more than 65 service centers and revenues of $100 million. The company services customers in Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. Visit  www.arrowexterminators.com for more information.

For more about Nader’s Pest Raiders, visit www.naderspestraiders.com.
 

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