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Truly Nolen Reopens East Tucson Branch

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Anthony Molina will lead the company’s soon-to-re-open branch. Also, Greg Bohne was announced as branch manager of the company’s flagship Tucson location.

| January 3, 2014

TUCSON, Ariz. — Truly Nolen of America announced the promotion of Anthony Molina to branch manager of the company’s soon-to-re-open East Tucson branch, and the appointment of Greg Bohne as branch manager of the company’s flagship location in Tucson.

Molina started his career with the Truly Nolen family in November 2007 as a sales inspector for the Tucson branch. Six years later, after being promoted to sales manager, Tucson-native Molina has continued to demonstrate great work ethic and perseverance to grow into the branch manager position he will hold at the start of the New Year.

Effective Jan. 1, Molina will monitor and evaluate administrative staff and technicians, as well as handle day-to-day operations for his branch.

“Anthony has showed great promise since his first day on the job,” said Shane McManamy, district manager for the Southern Arizona area. “We can’t wait for him to continue his growth and greatly represent Truly Nolen in East Tucson.”  

Bohne was also recently promoted. Having begun Truly Nolen’s manager-in-training program last August, Bohne quickly demonstrated his knowledge and capabilities to develop the company’s hometown branch. Bohne’s management career began more than 16 years ago as president of a billiards manufacturing company, allowing him to flex his business muscles into the position he holds today with Truly Nolen.

Effective immediately, Bohne will monitor and evaluate administrative staff and technicians, as well as handle day-to-day operations for his branch.

“Greg’s work ethic and business experience is a perfect fit for our Tucson branch,” said Shane McManamy, district manager for the Southern Arizona area. “We look forward to him becoming an outstanding leader in helping us continue Truly Nolen’s growth in our backyard.”

With the re-opening of the company’s East Tucson branch, Truly Nolen has expanded to a total of 273 branches and is represented in 58 countries including commercial, franchise and corporate operations.
 
 

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