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Truly Nolen Announces New Franchise in Pennsylvania

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The new franchise is based in State College, Pa., and is owned by Mark Wilson.

| May 3, 2012

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Truly Nolen announced the opening of its newest franchise in State College, Pa., and local resident, Mark Wilson, as the new Truly Nolen franchise owner.

The State College, Pa.- based franchise will serve the State College, Altoona, and Hollidaysburg areas.

Wilson was born and raised in the central Pennsylvania region and has been involved in the pest control industry for over 10 years. He understands the importance of a total pest control strategy and integrated pest management com combining immediate pest treatment and elimination with long term prevention.

For more information about Truly Nolen State College, call (814) 946-7011 or visit http://www.trulynolenstatecollege.com.

 

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