It’s Thanksgiving! A day we set aside time to pause and reflect on all that makes life meaningful. Here at Weed Xtinguishers, we cannot let this day go by without saying, “Thank you.” You have entrusted us with the care and beautification of your property. We understand how hard you work for a place to call home; that is why we work hard to make sure your lawn remains weed and pest free. Our mindset is simple, “We want to earn your business every time we step on your property or answer your calls.” It is because of your trust in us that we get to do what we love. Thank you.
For fun this week, we wanted to see what our staff members were personally thankful for. Here is what we got.
“I am thankful for my beautiful family and the incredible life we live. I am also thankful for the blessing of living in a place where I can grow my business and raise my family with the freedoms I often take for granted.”
Ernest McCoy, President
“I am thankful for my family and friends, and all the joy that they bring me. I wish all of you a happy and healthy Thanksgiving.”
Jodi Hilbert, Administrative Assistant
“I’m thankful for my wife (the love of my life), my family, and to be working with awesome people.”
Luis Rojas, Mowing / Bush & Bed Supervisor
“I am thankful for my solid group of family and friends, as well as a job that I enjoy coming to every day.”
David Brooks, Lawn and Pest Supervisor
“I am thankful to be a part of a company that appreciates me, their members, and upholding quality in their work.”
Joshua Gordan, Pest Control Specialist
“There is always so much to be thankful for, but I am especially thankful for my family, my health, and my employer this year. We were blessed with a beautiful, healthy baby girl this year, and I am super thankful to work for an amazing company that allowed me time off to bond with her!”
Ashley Downing, Office Manager
“I am grateful to all of the friends, mentors, co-workers, and family who have made me into the man I am today. I am also thankful to be a part of a growing lawn care company that cares about their members and their community. . . . Lastly, that the Dallas Cowboys are having a winning season. 2015 was rough.”
Jeremy Langlitz, Sales and Marketing