Sedalia, Colo.-based Whitmore Pest and Wildlife Control participated in the Douglas County Fair & Rodeo Parade on July 29.
“As a proud member of the community, the company joined the festivities showcasing its commitment to safeguarding people and property in Douglas County,” according to the news release. “The Douglas County Fair & Rodeo Parade is a highlight of the annual fair, drawing crowds from all corners of the county and state to witness a magnificent display of floats, bands and local organizations coming together in celebration of community spirit.”
“Being a part of the Douglas County Fair & Rodeo Parade was an absolute blast for our team,” said Rachel Mulder, the office manager at Whitmore Pest and Wildlife Control. “It was a wonderful opportunity to create lasting memories with our co-workers and show our community how much we care about them. We were eager to put smiles on the faces of parade-goers and demonstrate our dedication to making Douglas County a safe and thriving place for everyone.”
During the parade, Whitmore Pest and Wildlife Control presented its new climate-controlled attic restoration trailer, which the news release described as “showcasing their commitment to the community and dedication to employee well-being and safety.”
Check out a video from the event here.
About Whitmore Pest and Wildlife Control
Founded in 2011, Whitmore Pest and Wildlife Control Wilson Christner brought his pest control experience and Marvin Christner, his dad, brought his building experience. Marvin’s wife and Wilson’s mother, Sylvia Christner, and Richard Christner, who is Marvin and Sylvia’s son and Wilson’s brother, have been providing the “behind the scenes” office and financial support to build the company into the thriving business it is today.