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Truly Nolen of America Announces Las Vegas Branch Manager Promotion

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

| September 28, 2010

LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Truly Nolen of America announced the recent promotion of Scott Kirk to branch manager of the Las Vegas branch (570 W. Cheyenne Avenue, Suite 10). He will monitor and evaluate administrative staff and technicians and handle the day-to-day operations of the branch. 

Prior to joining Truly Nolen, Kirk worked for Ecolab.  He has 22 years of pest control industry experience during which he won awards such as  service technician of the year, service supervisor of the year, area manager of the year and top sales producer for three of the past five years.

He joined the Truly Nolen team this past February to have the opportunity to manage a branch and to help develop others for their future advancements. Kirk has completed all modules for the Truly Nolen MIT program and will attend Truly University this October. There are two state-of-the-art Truly University training facilities located in Orlando, Fla., and Phoenix, Ariz. The facilities include mock branches, classrooms, a laboratory and a simulated training house and lawn area. 

“Scott has incredible leadership skills, and he will carry out the company’s long-term goal of high-level customer service at the Las Vegas branch,” said District Manager Dave Johnson. “He is a great asset to the branch, and we are so pleased he has joined our family.”

To reach the Las Vegas branch, call 702/798-0010.
 

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