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Nisus Hires JP Franz as Area Manger in Mountain Region

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Franz will be responsible for working with pest control companies and distributors in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah.

| October 6, 2010

ROCKFORD, Tenn. — Nisus Corporation announces the addition of Jon Paul Franz as a new area manager for the Pest Control Industry. Franz has spent more than 11 years in distribution with Univar and Chemtech, and 10 years in pest control with Good Sheppard Exterminating, starting as a technician and moving to supervisor and branch manager. Franz is a certified pest management professional in both general pest and termite.
 
“JP is well known for his sales performance and his ability to help pest companies grow through continuing education,” says Kevin L. Kirkland, President and CEO of Nisus Corporation.
 
Franz will be responsible for working with pest control companies and distributors in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah.
 

 

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