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Truly Nolen of America announced the promotion of William Newman to commercial branch manager in Phoenix (2711 W. Indian School Road).

| October 31, 2011

PHOENIX - Truly Nolen of America announced the promotion of William Newman to commercial branch manager in Phoenix (2711 W. Indian School Road). He will monitor and evaluate administrative staff and technicians, and handle the day-to-day operations.

Newman began his pest control career in Central Florida 11 years ago and moved to Phoenix last year, joining the Truly Nolen team in March. He immediately entered the Manager Training Program, and will begin using his management skills and experience at the Phoenix commercial branch.

“Bill’s years of industry insight will create wonderful opportunities for the commercial side of the business,” said Leo Gomes, district manager of the Arizona and California commercial branches. “He has worked in the field, as a supervisor and in sales learning the pest control industry from the bottom up, making him a perfect fit for the Phoenix branch.”



 

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