Arrow Exterminators Announces the Acquisition of Copter Pest Control in Enterprise, Alabama
Merger Provides Opportunities in Coffee and Dale Counties in Southeast Alabama
Atlanta-based Arrow Exterminators is pleased to announce the merger and acquisition of Copter Pest Control, a full-service company focusing on residential and commercial pest and termite control in Coffee and Dale Counties in Southeast Alabama. This transaction allows Arrow to grow and reach more residential and commercial customers with a full line of services and provides Arrow with a larger presence in the Wiregrass Region of the Southern U.S.
“We are excited to welcome the team members and customers of Copter Pest Control to the Arrow family,” said Emily Thomas Kendrick, Chief Executive Officer of Arrow Exterminators. “Copter’s service professionals are highly effective, efficient and diligent and every team member has an amazing level of respect for their customers, making Copter Pest a perfect fit for us.” Kendrick went on to say, “We will maintain Copter’s current office and operate as Arrow Exterminators, giving us 16 service centers throughout the state of Alabama and further strengthening our presence in Lower Alabama.”
“We started looking for a company to merge with earlier this year, a company that would first take care of our team members and treat them as family” said James “Jimbo” Grimsley, Jr., President of Copter Pest Control. “When we met with Arrow, we knew we were with the right team as Arrow is obsessed about how customers and employees are treated”. “We are so happy to join a fellow family-owned and operated company and be a part of the Arrow family and be able to offer our long-time customers an expanded range of services.”
“Copter Pest Control was established in 1959 in Enterprise, AL and have proudly served the Southeastern part of Alabama for nearly three generations.” Jimbo and his team are very well regarded in the state of Alabama and we are proud to have this group of seasoned professionals join the Arrow family,” stated Tim Pollard, Arrow’s President and Chief Operating Officer.