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Truly Nolen Now Operating in 53 Countries

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The company will be servicing Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg under the leadership of franchisee Rui Duarte.

| February 16, 2012

TUCSON, Ariz. — Truly Nolen recently announced it will be servicing three new countries — Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg — under the leadership of Rui Duarte, the current franchisee of Truly Nolen’s Portugal office. This expands their already robust footprint in the European market.

Truly Nolen offers franchise opportunities throughout the United States and internationally in non-competing markets. The company currently has franchises established in 53 countries to date.

“We are proud to say we are the world's leading family-owned pest control company. Innovation, commitment to customer satisfaction and our unique family friendly approach to pest control have formed the cornerstone of our success since 1938,” said Scott Nolen, president of Truly Nolen. “My grandfather, Wheatfield Nolen, who founded the company, has always maintained the vision of healthy growth. By promoting and encouraging others to invest in a Truly Nolen international franchise has given us the opportunity to grow and develop business and brand equity that we all believe in.”

Earlier this year, Truly Nolen welcomed a franchise in Bangledash, which put Truly Nolen International on the map for having 220 offices worldwide. Today in the U.S., Truly Nolen boasts over 80 offices located in Arizona, California, Florida, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas and Utah. The company services more than 150,000 customers and employs about 1,100 partners. For more information visit www.trulynolen.com or www.trulynoleninternationalfranchise.com.

 

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