Cingo, Inc., a market leader in the home services industry setting out to redesign how homeowners protect their home, today announced the appointment of a new company executive to help drive Cingo’s expansion throughout the southeastern United States. Azalea Moore, a sales leader in the biotechnology industry, is the Director of Brand Strategy for Cingo and its portfolio of brands.
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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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.
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.
Jimmy Allgood has been honored by the J.W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development for an endowment gift that will fund leadership development efforts in rural communities throughout the state of Georgia.
The Secret Society of Happy People (yes, it’s a real thing) has deemed August “Happiness Happens” month. At Cingo, we believe that happiness is so important that it's part of our Core Values. We strive to be Happy People Making People Happy on a daily basis. We apply this not only to interactions with our customers, but with each other as well. Since the world can always use more happy people, here are a few tips for becoming one.
Lyle Gordon has given much of his time since retirement keeping people in his community safe and secure. His endless passion to help others makes us proud to honor Lyle with our Circle & Shield award.
Effingham County teenager Darius Scott’s drive to raise awareness of human trafficking makes a difference. We are proud to award Darius our Circle & Shield award, the Cingo way to honor the quiet heroes in our community.
Jay Bailey’s selfless commitment to improving lives of children captured the attention of Cingo. We are proud to award Jay our Circle & Shield award, the Cingo way to honor the quiet heroes in our community.
Each year Cingo honors employees who have excelled at living and working by the Cingo core values. Some of the critera for the award include their willingness to help others, community and industry involvement, exceeding company standards for their position and exhibiting leadership in everything they do. 2017 Winners include Shawn Brantley, Ashley Crouch, Chris Landing and Jeffrey Williams.