All-American to Honor a 'Hometown Hero' with 10 Years of Free Service

All-American to Honor a 'Hometown Hero' with 10 Years of Free Service

The Hometown Hero Award honors a deserving Middle Tennessean and, new this year, three runners-up.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — All-American Pest Control is accepting nominations for its third annual Hometown Hero Award. The company seeks to honor a local hero in Middle Tennessee by gifting them with 10 years of free pest control, mosquito reduction, termite protection and yard treatment services.
 
New this year, three runners-up will also be selected to receive one year of complimentary pest control services.
 
“2020 was extremely challenging,” said All-American Owner and CEO Erin Richardson. “The silver lining of such a tough year was getting to see so many heroes rise up and help their communities. That’s when we decided that we couldn’t limit this year’s award to one recipient. We are thrilled to name a winner and three runners-up for our third annual Hometown Hero Awards.”
 
Nominations are open until 8 p.m. on Friday, April 23, and can be submitted at allamericanpestcontrol.com/hero for anyone residing in the following counties: Davidson, Williamson, Maury, Dickson, Rutherford, Wilson, Montgomery and Sumner. The nominee should be someone who lives by All-American’s core values of reliability, remarkable service, teamwork, respect, thoughtful innovation and servant leadership. The winner and runners-up will be announced on Thursday, May 6.
 
Last year, All-American selected Susan Landfield, a working mom and nurse, as its 2020 Hometown Hero Award recipient. Landfield was nominated for her selflessness in the way she gave of her time and talents to help her neighbors in Old Hickory Village, especially through COVID-19.
 
More about her story and nomination details for 2021 are available at allamericanpestcontrol.com/hero.