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All-American Pest Control searches for next Hometown Hero

|  March 19, 2021
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All-American Pest Control, based in Nashville, Tenn., is accepting nominations for its third annual Hometown Hero Award, where the winner will receive 10 years of free pest control services.

The three runner-up winners will receive one year of free services. The services will cover general pest control, mosquito reduction, termite protection and yard treatment services.

“2020 was extremely challenging,” Erin Richardson, All-American Pest Control owner and CEO, said in a news release. “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 accepted for anyone residing in the following Tennessee counties: Davidson, Williamson, Maury, Dickson, Rutherford, Wilson, Montgomery and Sumner.

Nominations must be sent by 8 p.m. Eastern on April 23 and can be submitted online. The winner and runners-up will be announced May 6.

Last year, Susan Landfield, a working mom and a licensed practical nurse, was named the 2020 Hometown Hero Award-recipient. The company honored Landfield with a parade through her neighborhood and presented a certificate to her for 10 years of free pest control, which includes ant, spider, tick and termite protection, mosquito reduction and yard treatment services.

Landfield was nominated for her selflessness in the way she continually gives of her time and talents to help her neighbors — especially through COVID-19.

“This honor has been such a wonderful surprise,” Landfield said. “While I don’t think of myself as a hero, I’m grateful and hope others are inspired to show acts of kindness in their own neighborhoods.”

Read more about Landfield’s story and the 2020 award here.

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Danielle Pesta

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Danielle Pesta is the digital editor for PMP magazine. She can be reached at dpesta@northcoastmedia.net or 216-363-7928.

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