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Truly Nolen Announces San Marcos Branch Manager Promotion

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Stan Parris will monitor and evaluate administrative staff and technicians, and handle the day-to-day operations of the branch

| October 28, 2010

SAN MARCOS, Calif. —Truly Nolen of America announces the recent promotion of Stan Parris to branch manager of the company’s San Marcos branch (913 Rancheros Drive).

He will monitor and evaluate administrative staff and technicians, and handle the day-to-day operations of the branch. 

Parris began his career with the company in February 2002 in California. He entered into the Truly Nolen leadership class in 2002, and moved on to the Manager in Training program later that year. In February 2003, he was promoted to branch manager of the Las Vegas branch. He also briefly managed the Moreno Valley and Anaheim branches.

“Stan was instrumental in making the Las Vegas branch as successful as it is, and we are excited for him to take over the San Marcos branch, which has tremendous opportunity to grow,” said Mark Ringlstetter District Manager of Southern California. “We are so thrilled to see him back in California after all of these years.” 
 

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