All-American Pest Control to Give Away 10 Years of Free Service
Hometown Hero Award seeks to honor deserving Middle Tennessean
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 2, 2020)—All-American Pest Control is now accepting nominations for its Hometown Hero Award. The locally owned and operated pest control company seeks to honor a local hero in Middle Tennessee by gifting him or her with 10 years of free pest control, mosquito reduction, termite protection and yard treatment services.
“All-American’s core values include reliability, remarkable service, teamwork, respect, thoughtful innovation and—most importantly—servant leadership,” said All-American Pest Control President Erin Richardson. “We hope to recognize someone who is making a difference by living those core values in the community—whether it’s a healthcare professional, veteran, educator, coach, first responder or community volunteer.”
Nominations are open through April 30 at www.allamericanpestcontrol.
All-American Pest Control named Coach Bill Robinson of Watertown, Tenn., as its first-ever Hometown Hero Award-recipient in 2019 and ended up finding and treating active termites in his home. Coach Robinson served as a teacher and coach in the Wilson County School System for more than 37 years and now acts as the School Board Member for Zone 2 on the Wilson Country School Board. He is a tremendous mentor and role model to students and athletes of the Wilson County School System.
More about his story and nomination details for 2020 are available at www.allamericanpestcontrol.
About All-American Pest Control:
Locally owned and operated, All-American Pest Control has been serving Middle Tennessee families since 1961. Backed by nearly 60 years of pest control experience, their goal is to help you protect your family, home and business with smart, sensible, reliable pest control services. Learn more at www.allamericanpestcontrol.