At All-American Pest Control, we believe in celebrating all the good people in Middle Tennessee who keep our families, schools, churches, and community safe and strong!
All-American Pest Control’s Hometown Hero Annual Award was created over 3 years ago to honor individuals who live out our core values every day. Those whose devotion to giving back to our communities are what make Nashville a great place to live, work, and visit.
Nominations for the 4th annual Hometown Hero Award will open in April 2022 and the recipient will be announced in May. A nominee should be someone who lives by All-American Pest Control’s core values of reliability, remarkable service, teamwork, respect, thoughtful innovation, and servant leadership. The winner will receive a gift of 10 years of free pest control, mosquito reduction, termite protection, and yard treatment services from the All-American team.
Nominations can be submitted below for anyone residing in the following counties: Davidson, Williamson, Maury, Dickson, Rutherford, Wilson, Montgomery, and Sumner.
Learn about our 2021 Award Winner here
The 2021 recipient of the Hometown Hero Award is awarded to Brandi Nunnery—literary coach and educator at Crieve Hall Elementary. Principal Dr. Nate Miley nominated Brandie for her selflessness in the way she pivoted during the pandemic. Learn more about Brandi’s commitment to the community and local school system here.
As the recipient of All-American’s Hometown Hero Awards, Brandi received 10 years of free pest control. We surprised her with the award at her school for Teacher Appreciation Week alongside her students and colleagues.
Meet our 2021 Finalists
Meet our two finalists: Jose Periut, assistant chief for Maury County Fire Department, and Tom Howard, facilities manager at Vanderbilt Athletics. Jose and Tom each received one year of free pest control service for their generous commitment to others.
Learn about our 2020 Award Winner here
All-American Pest Control selected Susan Landfield, a working mom and LPN, as its 2020 Hometown Hero Award-recipient. Landfield was nominated for her selflessness in the way she continually gives of her time and talents to help her neighbors in Old Hickory Village—especially through COVID-19.
Learn About The 2019 Award Winner Here
All-American Hometown Hero Award Details
Nomination Window: April 2022
Who is eligible? Individual homeowners and non-profit organizations in Davidson, Williamson, Maury, Dickson, Rutherford, Wilson, Montgomery, and Sumner counties.
Winner Announced: May 2022