Wishes were revealed to the little girls with a magical event. They were carried in a horse-drawn carriage to Herm's Inn, escorted by two handsome princes, where they interacted with several Disney princesses. They learned to curtsy, speak like royalty, and wave a magic wand.
Family and friends gathered to see their little princesses escape their challenging lives for a moment. This is the purpose of the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Fox Pest Control is blessed to be part of something so great.
"At Fox we aim to give back wherever we can within the community. When we are able to make an impact for the better in someone’s life, that’s when we are truly accomplishing our goals as a company. We strive to help people in various situations. Our hearts especially go out to those battling life-changing illnesses or disabilities," said Bryant White, Co-Founder of Fox Pest Control. “We see the members of our community as a part of our family, and we strive each day to foster positive relationships with them as we continue to conduct our business the Fox Way.”
(Pictured, from left to right, Kelley Altland, Bell Labs, Co-Chair PWIPM of New England; David Burgess, Burgess Pest Management, winner of the Pink B&G; and Marillian Missiti, Buono Pest Control, Chair PWIPM of New England.)
TAUNTON, Mass. – On Nov. 7, the Professional Women in Pest Management of New England attended the New England Pest Management Association (NEPMA) Fall Training and Trade Show in Taunton, Mass. On this day, they spread awareness for their chapter and promoted their upcoming Leadership Summit.
To learn more about the efforts of the Global Pest Management Coalition, visit www.pestmanagementcoalition.org.