No one wants to see pests show up in their home. That’s the reason we purchase pest prevention treatments on a regularly scheduled basis. However, many customers find themselves frustrated when they see pests pop up in between their pest technician’s visits.
Each week, there is an ebb and flow to the college football rankings that ESPN, the AP poll, and the Coaches poll release. While the debate of top 25 teams will continue throughout the 2019 season, there is another, possibly even more important, ongoing debate: which college team has the best mascot? Sit back, relax, and let Cingo present to you our top ten college mascots of the 2019 season.
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As a teenager, Emily Kerr watched and learned from her older sister, Brittany, an elementary school teacher. Brittany’s passion for her young students inspired Emily to pursue a teaching degree herself.
Walking through downtown Dublin, GA, you might not notice the modest building at 410 Academy Avenue. Yet for many, the J.O.Y. Clinic inside is a medical and spiritual haven.
Cingo, a regional home protection services company, was named to the 2019 PCT Top 100 by PCT Magazine for the second year in a row. Cingo ranks 59th in North America, up four spots from 2018. After a record-breaking year for the company in revenue, Cingo is also ranked the No. 3 privately held company providing pest control services in Georgia.
Growing up wasn’t easy for Whitney Gilliard. Her mother abandoned her, her father died, and her life was a series of moving from home to home.
It is easy to give when you have so much, but what about after you’ve lost it all?
Effective immediately, Bill Ballard is now the Director of Operations for Cingo. In this new position, Bill will oversee five geographic markets, maintaining the company’s focus on growth and surpassing customer expectations. He will report directly to the company’s CEO, Lanny Allgood.
The merger of Cingo and The Cornerstone Inspection Group brings together nearly 70 years of experience to create a powerful new way to provide protection services required by homeowners.
When Lawrenceville middle schoolers Noelle Gorinas and Anna Hardy learned that 3,000 children in Gwinnett County face homelessness, they pulled out the slime and got to work.