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Truly Nolen of America Names Bellet VP of Operations

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Justin Bellet, who has been with Truly Nolen for 12 years, was promoted to the position.

| October 16, 2013

ORLANDO, Fla. — Truly Nolen of America announced the promotion of Justin Bellet to the role of Vice President of Operations.

As a member of the Truly Nolen family for 12 years, Bellet has served as district manager, regional manager, and vice president of Eastern operations. He managed several branches before his promotion to district manager of southern Arizona and Texas and was promoted to Florida regional manager in June 2007. In 2009, Bellet was promoted to vice president of eastern operations overseeing general branch operations for the eastern United States.

As vice president of operations, Bellet is responsible for the operations of all residential pest control, termite, and lawn of all Truly Nolen locations in North America. 

“I am very impressed with how Justin is always positioning himself to better serve our customers,” said Scott Nolen, president of Truly Nolen. “He is a great asset to our growing company”

The company, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, is represented in 58 countries with a total of 272 branches including commercial, franchise and corporate branches.


 

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