As we wrap up another year at Blue Chip, our team can’t help but reflect on some of the things that have left our hearts feeling so incredibly grateful in 2019. Here are few of the things and memories that have left smiles on our faces and in our hearts this year:
Christian (Technician): As most of my work is done outdoors, I’m thankful for our mild winter. At least so far!
(Editor’s note: Umm. As I type this snow has been falling for about 24 hours and temps are in the 20’s. It’s safe to assume that Christian did NOT say this today! Although many techs are going home early today so that might make for a nice thankful swap for today’s snowy forecast!)
Amanda (Fenton office): There is a man that has been standing at the intersection of Hwy 141 and Hwy 21 almost everyday for the past 3 years. He doesn’t ask for anything — he simply stands there, at times with a wooden cross, waving and smiling. I don’t know his name or anything about him; however, this man, without even knowing it, has helped get me through one of the worst times in my life & I will forever be grateful to him.
Scott R. (Termite Manager): I’m grateful to be in a position where I now own my first home!
Kim N. (Human Resources Manager): I’m grateful to have a great job that not only allows me to provide for my family but also for a company that encourages activism and giving back to others.
Nate (Technician): I’m thankful for my family but especially grateful this year that my daughter has graduated from college and is heading to Colorado to pursue her master’s degree.
Blue Chip Pest Services: As a whole, not a day goes by that we aren’t so incredibly grateful for all our wonderful & loyal customers, our hardworking & dedicated staff and our local and national reputation as a pest control company that is dedicated to customer service, professionalism and excellence.
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Kimberly Phillips is the Communications Director at Blue Chip Pest Control. She has been in the pest control industry for over 20 years.