TALLADEGA, AL – Talladega Superspeedway is thrilled to partner with Cook’s Pest Control, one of South’s most trusted names in pest control since 1928. A leader in pest control services, Cook's will provide NASCAR’s Biggest and Baddest track with protection services throughout the entire speedway property, including grandstands, suites, concession areas, and administration facilities. Talladega Superspeedway hosts its highly-anticipated triple-header spring race weekend, featuring the GEICO 500, Sparks Energy 300, and General Tire 200, on May 5-7.
Both Talladega Superspeedway and Cook’s Pest Control strive to go above and beyond in their respective fields. While NASCAR’s Most Competitive track provides the best racing on the planet - featuring heart pounding three- and four-wide racing – Cook’s employees endeavor to do more than is asked of them, abiding by one of founder John L. Cook’s favorite sayings, “Do what you promise, plus a little bit more.”
Founded by Mr. Cook in nearby Decatur, Alabama, the company originally began as North Alabama Termite Control in 1928. Following his death in 1950, Mr. Cook’s son, John R. Cook Sr., took over the business and changed the name, honoring his father with the name Cook’s Pest Control.
“We couldn’t be happier about our new relationship with Cook’s Pest Control,” Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch noted. “We pride ourselves on providing not only the best racing in NASCAR, but also the best fan experience. Cook’s services will ensure that Talladega Superspeedway remains pest-free so that fans can have an unforgettable weekend. After all, ‘This is more than a race, this is Talladega.’”
The termite control company has grown from its humble beginnings of one full-time employee to one of the nation’s largest pest control services featuring 36 offices spread throughout the Southeast. Now, it adds Talladega Superspeedway to its list of partners.
“Cook’s Pest Control is thrilled to partner with the Talladega Superspeedway! Just as we have always protected people’s health and property, we also protect large event venues such as the speedway,” said Marketing Director Jonathan Moral. “Cook’s wants to do our part to help fans and their families enjoy a pest-free experience, so they can keep an eye on the racing action.”
More than 300,000 homeowners and businesses depend on Cook’s for their pest control needs. To locate the Cook’s Pest Control office nearest you and to schedule a free inspection with no obligation, visit www.cookspest.com.
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