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Truly Nolen Names Tanner Regional Sales Manager

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Mike Tanner was named Western Regional Sales Manager for the Tucson, Ariz.-based company.

| October 9, 2012

TUCSON, Ariz. — Truly Nolen recently named Mike Tanner as Western Regional Sales Manager.

In his new role, Tanner will be a pivotal member of the Truly Nolen management team and will oversee all aspects of Truly Nolen’s day-to-day functions through supporting the Western Region managers and sales staff. He will also be interacting with all sales inspectors in order to motivate and train them, helping them reach their fullest potential.

Tanner will be responsible for customer acquisition and retention, the promotion of safety through on-going education, and he will be charged with meeting branch growth/profit objectives through a motivated sales staff and excellent service to customers.

He first worked with the Truly Nolen team as a manager of internal audit and a financial analyst from 1996 to 1998. Most recently, Tanner worked as the regional sales manager for a large insurance company in the southwest.

Tanner returned to the team in December 2011 after joining the MIT program.

“Mike possesses the core values we search for in all of our employees and he continues to demonstrate those on a daily basis,” said Scott Nolen, President of Truly Nolen. “We are glad to have him back on our team and are confident that his knowledge and experience in sales and personnel management will be a tremendous asset in enhancing our western regional teams.”

Tanner also surpassed superior “hands-on” employee training at Truly University in Phoenix. To ensure success, Truly University remains dedicated to providing state of the art training and providing a solid foundation from which all Truly Nolen employees can grow professionally and personally. 

Tanner lives in Gilbert, Ariz. with his wife and two children. He enjoys cycling, running and competing in triathlons in his spare time. He remains active in the community as a member of the Arizona Small Business Association.

For more information about Truly Nolen, call 1-800-GO-TRULY or visit http://www.trulynolen.com/.  
 

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