WOODSTOCK, Ga., Feb. 24, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- While the coronavirus has made it difficult for some organizations to give back, the pest control industry here in the Peach State has found a way. Late last year, the GA PestVets committee held a coat drive alongside pest control companies from across the state. Bug Busters, Inc., headquartered in Woodstock, was one of them.
In December 2020, Bug Busters joined pest control companies statewide and the GA PestVets committee to participate in a coat drive benefitting the Cherokee County Homeless Veterans Program. As a company, Bug Busters and its employees contributed over 80 coats to the over 1,000 total coats donated and distributed across the state.
Fresh off of their participation in the coat drive, Bug Busters is now being recognized by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and the PestVets Council as a PestVets Company. This is due to their enhanced commitment to the hiring of and their participation in acts of service benefitting veterans and active duty service members of the United States military.
"As a company, we've always recognized the importance of giving back to our community, including our veterans and active-duty service members," said Bug Busters CEO Court Parker, "This distinction as a PestVets Company is certainly something to be proud of."
Bug Busters, Inc. has been serving the Southeast since 1984. With branch offices in Georgia and Tennessee, they offer environmentally-friendly pest control solutions to protect customers' homes, businesses, families, and pets.
Natalie Wolf, Bug Busters, Inc., 770-331-1077, [email protected]
SOURCE Bug Busters, Inc.