HAPPY NEW YEAR

HAPPY NEW YEAR…well, almost!!  It’s New Years Eve!!  It’s a time for reflection over the past year as well as excitement for the year to come.  We had some major highlights in 2012.  Below are just a few:

    • The Grand Opening of our East Cobb service center
    • Participated in the St. Patrick’s Day parade in Savannah, GA
    • 2012 Relay for Life of Walton County
    • Kelly Combs was awarded the MSAR Affiliate Member of the Year
    • Launched Green Elite
    • Green Elite Spirit Contest
    • Awarded #23 in PCT’s Top 100 Pest Control Companies
    • Joined Pinterest
    • Randy Wilhite was a guest on Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio
    • Participated in Adopt-A-School
    • Photo and commercial shoots
    • Raised over $7,000 for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer
    • Acquired Jody Millard Pest Control in Chattanooga, TN
    • Company wide Halloween costume contest
    • Another successful year for our Health Expo
    • Celebrated Steve’s 60th Birthday
    • Toys for Tots
    • Had an Ugly Sweater Christmas
    • Participated in many Chillin & Grillin events, trade shows, expos, and other fun things in our communities
St. Patrick's Day parade, East Cobb Grand Opening, Steve's 60th Birthday, Steve's Green Elite costume, Halloween costume contest

From L to R: St. Patrick’s Day parade, East Cobb Grand Opening, Steve’s 60th Birthday, Steve’s Green Elite costume, Halloween costume contest

We couldn’t possible list off all of the wonderful events and accomplishments that we had in 2012.  One thing we do know is that we couldn’t have done it without our loyal customers and the amazing Northwest Exterminating Team.

Here’s to a Happy Healthy New Year to you and yours…and another great year for Northwest Exterminating.

For pictures of the events above and many others visit our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/CallNorthwest

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