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Truly Nolen Promotes Hall to Salt Lake City Branch Manager

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Kevin Hall, a 15-year industry veteran, now runs the company’s Salt Lake City, Utah branch office.

| July 17, 2013

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah —Truly Nolen of America announced the promotion of Kevin Hall to branch manager of its location at 7741 Allen Street in Midvale.

Hall has worked in the pest control industry for more than 15 years and has significant experience in commercial service and branch management. He joined the Truly team in August 2012 as a manager-in-training and will now be managing the branches covering the Salt Lake city and Ogden markets.

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

“Kevin has done an outstanding job,” said Leo Gomes, Utah District Manager for Truly Nolen. “He is an amazing team player and enjoys developing his team and community members to achieve their goals.”

The company, which is celebrating 75 years of business this year, has three locations throughout the state of Utah.

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