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Truly Nolen Opens Nebraska Franchise

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The first independently-owned and operated franchise in Nebraska is located in Omaha and is owned/operated by Keth Kepplin.

| October 30, 2013

OMAHA, Neb. —Truly Nolen, the largest family-owned pest control company in America, is pleased to announce the grand opening of their first independently-owned and operated franchise in Nebraska located at 1322 South 138th Street in Omaha.

Franchise owner and operator Keith Kepplin will lead the new Omaha franchise after almost a decade in the pest control industry. His well-rounded management experience, coupled with his positive attitude and determination to help others, makes him a perfect fit in the expanding Truly Nolen family.

Omaha is the first outpost for Truly Nolen in the state of Nebraska with seven employees ranging from service technicians to administrative support.

“We’re thrilled to have expanded into Nebraska,” said Vice President of Domestic Franchising Ron Desear. “All of our services, including the four season pest control, is a perfect fit for Omaha’s climate and seasonality.”

The Omaha franchise will serve the Elkhorn, Millard, Papillion, Bellevue, La Vista and Ralston areas. Services include residential four seasons pest control, commercial 12-step pest control, termite, mosquito, bee and wasp, bed bugs and rodent trapping and proofing. 

“The entire team is looking forward to servicing the area with Truly advanced techniques, methods and the Green Side of Truly approach,” said Kepplin. “We can’t wait to show the Omaha community the quality of pest control Truly Nolen has to offer and let them know we’re here for them.” 

To contact the Omaha branch, please call 402-333-1351 or visit www.omaha.trulynolen.com.



 

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