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Truly Nolen Franchise Launches New Website

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The site boasts a wealth of information including available territories throughout the U.S. and Canada.

| October 16, 2012

TUCSON, Ariz. — Truly Nolen North America announces the launch of its new franchise website. The site boasts a wealth of information including available territories throughout the US and Canada, the Truly Nolen service program protocol, overview of marketing and training support programs, announcements of the most recent addition of franchisees and much more. The website was created to convey the company’s message of a strong brand and continued business growth. The website is a valuable resource for those interested in starting a new pest control business or converting their existing one to a Truly Nolen franchise office.

Truly Nolen had a page dedicated to franchising on its main site, http://www.TrulyNolen.com, but Director of Marketing Michelle Nolen Senner and VP of Franchising Ron DeSear wanted a separate site to better articulate the value of a Truly Nolen franchise and view franchising as a source of growth for the company. “We felt that the messaging we were conveying on our site was not enough for someone who is making a life changing decision and investment. The new site supports and factors in the reasons why to choose Truly Nolen as a business on so many levels.” The website encompasses overviews on important topics such business planning, fleet and equipment, and training and education.

For information on domestic franchising opportunities, visit http://www.trulynolenfranchising.com or call (855) 534-9139.

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