All-American Pest Control is looking for the next Hometown Hero


Nashville, Tennessee-based All-American Pest Control is accepting nominations for its third annual Hometown Hero Award, where the winner receives free pest control services for 10 years.

The three runners-up will receive free services for one year. Services include general pest control, mosquito reduction, termite protection, and garden treatment services.

“2020 was a huge challenge,” said Erin Richardson, owner and CEO of All-American Pest Control, in a press release. “The silver lining of such a tough year has resulted in so many heroes rising up and helping their communities. At this point, we decided not to limit this year’s award to one recipient. We’re excited to name a winner and three runners-up for our third annual Hometown Hero Awards. “

Nominations are accepted for anyone residing in the following Tennessee counties: Davidson, Williamson, Maury, Dickson, Rutherford, Wilson, Montgomery, and Sumner.

Nominations must be submitted by 11pm Eastern on April 23rd and can be submitted online. The winner and runner-up will be announced on May 6th.

Last year, Susan Landfield, a working mom and licensed practical nurse, was named a 2020 Hometown Hero Award recipient. The company honored Landfield with a parade through her neighborhood and presented her with a 10 year free pest control certificate that includes protection from ants, spiders, ticks and termites, mosquito reduction and garden treatment.

Landfield was nominated for her selflessness because she constantly uses her time and talent to help her neighbors – especially through COVID-19.

“This honor was a wonderful surprise,” said Landfield. “Although I don’t consider myself a hero, I am grateful and hope that others will be inspired to show kind actions in their own neighborhood.”

Read more about Landfield’s history and the 2020 award here.

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