Triangle Pest Control program aids animal shelter


March 26, 2024


Triangle Pest Control volunteered at Wake County Animal Shelter, which included walking the dogs in the shelter. PHOTO: TRIANGLE PEST CONTROL

Raleigh, N.C.-based Triangle Pest Control continued its commitment to community service in February by volunteering as a company at the Wake County Animal Shelter on Feb. 24.

Volunteers spent the morning working with adoptable dogs, cats and small animals, by providing care and attention.

In January, the company launched its Triangle Cares outreach program. The program is a collective effort to strengthen the community bonds and address the needs of Wake County. With a focus on providing in-person volunteer opportunities, monetary donations, and hosting events, the Triangle Cares Program is truly making a difference.

“We believe in the power of our community and this program is our way of showing that to our local area. We hope that other businesses will follow in our footsteps and create a pathway for their staff to enrich their local community. It takes all of us,” said Donnie Shelton, owner of Triangle Pest Control, said in the news release.

On March 22, Triangle Pest Control also hosted a blood drive with The Blood Connection at their new office in Apex, N.C.

In February, Pest Management Professional magazine checked in with Sam Barry, marketing director of Triangle Pest Control.

Barry told PMP, “We started this program because our owner, Donnie Shelton, is so passionate about the local community and showing them that we care. Our core values are Growth, Ownership, Respect, Integrity, Service and Excellence (GO RISE), and we show that in everything we do. This was a natural extension of showing that to not only our customers and employees, but to our community.”


Triangle Pest Control volunteered at Wake County Animal Shelter. PHOTO: TRIANGLE PEST CONTROL


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Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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