All-American Pest Control is now accepting nominations for its fifth annual 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, valued at $10,000.
The nominator of the award winner will receive a $500 cash prize as a thank-you for helping celebrate local heroes.
“We launched this award program five years ago as a way to say thank you and give back to the unsung leaders in our community,” said All-American Pest Control Owner and CEO Erin Richardson. “At All-American Pest Control, we believe in celebrating all the good people in Middle Tennessee who keep our families, schools, churches and community safe and strong. We can’t wait to name our 2023 Hometown Hero!”
Nominations are open until 8 p.m. on April 24 and can be submitted at All-American Pest Control Hometown Hero website for anyone residing in the following counties: Davidson, Williamson, Maury, Dickson, Rutherford, Wilson, Montgomery and Sumner. The nominee should be someone who lives by All-American Pest Control’s core values of reliability, remarkable service, teamwork, respect, thoughtful innovation and servant leadership. One winner will be announced on or before May 11.
After numerous outstanding submissions, All-American Pest Control selected Kenyatta Wade as their 2022 Hometown Hero. As the director of nursing at Blakeford Senior Life, a Nashville 501-c nonprofit company and continuing care retirement community, she was recognized for her passion for caregiving and local support by bolstering the physical and mental health of members of her community. All-American celebrated her with a fun block party at the Blakeford campus in Green Hills surrounded by her coworkers and residents. To read more about her story and the nomination details for 2023, visit www.allamericanpestcontrol.com/hero.