Tropical Jersey Night
PMi partnered with the Greensboro Grasshoppers, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Greensboro, and Greensboro Builders Association for “Tropical Jersey Night” at First National Bank Field in Greensboro. Game-worn tropical jerseys were auctioned off with proceeds going to Raising Roofs: Builders for Habitat. The program builds homes for deserving families in the Greensboro area.
Nearly $6,000 was raised in the auction to support local families in their dream of owning their own home. Pest Management would like to thank Habitat for Humanity and the Greensboro Builders Association, as well as the Grasshoppers and all their great fans who helped make this night one for the books! To learn more about Raising Roofs, visit:
Reelin’ for Research
PMi is a proud sponsor of Reelin’ for Research, a North Carolina non-profit that raises funds to aid in the treatment and research of childhood cancer, with the ultimate goal of “landing” a cure. It culminates each year with a one-day, offshore fishing tournament in Morehead City, NC.
This year’s tournament, which took place on April 28-29, was an enormous success. About 600 people competed in the tournament and by the end of the weekend, $517,000 was raised for the UNC Children’s Hospital. PMi is humbled by the opportunity to participate in such a noble cause and encourages all to consider making a donation to Reelin’ for Research through “Team PestOne” by clicking here.
Pest Management Systems, Inc. proudly sponsors this facility because Camp Weaver YMCA makes a difference in so many young lives. Whether they are attending day camp or overnight, no youth should miss this unique program that builds healthy spirit, mind & body.
We understand that without community support, some children would never get this once in a lifetime experience. PMi, along with sister company GroundWorks, has carefully constructed beautiful trails, an amphitheatre, covered play areas, skateboard park and provided a safe environment for your children.
Habitat For Humanity
Habitat for Humanity has built 350 homes in Greensboro, helping 350 families and nurturing nearly 850 children…whose lives have been touched and forever changed by their relationship with Habitat.
Pest Management Systems, Inc. is a proud sponsor of this organization and the families that are involved in the Habitat for Humanity program. We are strong supporters of our local community and believe in the adage, “Give and it will be given to you.” Our involvement in Neighborhood Outreach, as well as empowering Habitat’s mission of educating families, strengthening neighborhoods and building homes for our fellow neighbors, is why PMi gladly contributes to this organization.
Natural Science Center
The Natural Science Center is committed to excellence in science education by providing the community with a dynamic family-focused attraction designed to inspire scientific curiosity to both children & adults.
Billy Tesh, President of PMi & GroundWorks, has committed to contributing and creating a wonderful museum-aquarium hybrid that really allows young minds to grow. GroundWorks not only provided resources and built exhibits for the Natural Science Center, but also contributed “Jelly”, the first Otter for the exhibit, which was named and donated by PMi & The Tesh Family! We are looking forward to the Natural Science Center’s expansion and are excited to be a part of the efforts of Community leaders to pass the 20M Bond.
PMi, and sister company GroundWorks, are excited to sponsor Victory Junction, a wonderful camp that provides life-changing experiences and enriches the lives of children with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses.
We are proudly helping them celebrate 5 years and 10,0000 children that have had the opportunity to experience the programs, activities & fun that empowers this camp! With corporate, individual and our support, Victory Junction will continue to spread life-changing experiences to special children!
PMi has teamed up with the Greensboro Grasshoppers to present Tropical Jersey Night each season. For over 10 years, fans have been able to participate in a silent auction to purchase the tropical print jerseys worn by the players during that night’s game. All money raised has gone to the Habitat For Humanity: Raising Roofs program. This a program that works with the Greensboro Builders Association and its members to build a group of homes in one week (over 50 homes have already been built through this program’s previous builds). To date, the Tropical Jersey Night events have raised over $55,000.