Atlanta, Ga.-based Arrow Exterminators will continue its long-standing tradition of celebrating Mother’s Day with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta this year, hosting a butterfly release for patients, mothers and their families on May 12 at 12 p.m. at Children’s Egleston Campus.
Arrow Exterminators has been an avid supporter of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta for over 20 years, sponsoring and volunteering in various events to give back to the Georgia community. Arrow Exterminators has hosted the butterfly release several times since 2017, and they even carried on the tradition during the pandemic with a unique virtual celebration. This year, the company is excited to return to an in-person release, creating a memorable Mother’s Day experience for Children’s patients and their families.
“The Arrow Exterminators team is thrilled to be back in person to host the Mother’s Day butterfly release with our friends at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta,” said Emily Thomas Kendrick, president and CEO of Arrow Exterminators. “We’ve enjoyed sharing these special moments with patients and families the past several years, and we’re proud to continue our support Children’s and its mission.”
In addition to the butterfly release, Arrow will provide supplies for patients to complete fun bug-themed coloring pages with their loved ones.
About Arrow Exterminators
Family-owned and -operated since 1964, and with Pest Management Professional Hall of Fame member (Class of 2009) Joe Thomas as chairman, Atlanta, Ga.-based Arrow Exterminators is the second-largest family-owned pest and termite control company in the United States ranked by revenue. Arrow boasts a modern fleet of more than 3,000 vehicles, 169 service centers, over 3,200 team members with revenues exceeding $360 million, and in 2023 was named a Top 5 USA Workplace. Featuring QualityPro accreditation by the National Pest Management Association, the company offers innovative and environmentally responsible services to protect homes and businesses of customers in Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.