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Truly Nolen Announces Green Valley Branch Manager Promotion

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David Bolton was promoted to the position of branch manager of the company's Green Valley office.

| September 24, 2013

GREEN VALLEY, Ariz. — Truly Nolen of America announced the promotion of David Bolton to branch manager of its location in Green Valley at 19193 South Alpha Avenue.  

After spending 13 years in the car rental industry, most recently as a district manager in Tucson, Bolton joined the Truly family last May.

In Bolton’s new role, effective immediately, he will oversee all facets of day-to-day technical management at the Green Valley branch, including service protocols, development, and service implementations.

“David has received great feedback everywhere he has trained, said Shane McManamy, Tucson-area district manager for Truly Nolen. “His drive and dedication to this branch thus far has proven his qualifications to complete this new role.”


 

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