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Truly Nolen of America Names Weatherly as Executive Vice President

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Greg Weatherly, who has been with the company since 1993, will oversee corporate departments including operations, home office, human resources, IT, technical, and training.

| October 11, 2013

TUCSON, Ariz. – Truly Nolen of America announce the promotion of Greg Weatherly to executive vice president.

Weatherly has been a member of the Truly Nolen family since 1993, beginning in operations but also serving as a sales inspector, service supervisor, and branch manager. In 2001, Weatherly was promoted to district manager and served the California area for eight years. Most recently, Weatherly has worked in the technical department for Truly Nolen headquarters and was promoted to vice president of the technical department in 2012.

Effective immediately, as executive vice president, Weatherly will oversee corporate departments including operations, home office, human resources, IT, technical, and training. His duty, most importantly, is to move the company forward in an overall positive direction.

“I am very impressed with how Greg has developed over time with Truly Nolen,” said Scott Nolen, president of Truly Nolen. “We recognize that he is poised to take on more responsibility and drive our mission to the next level.”

The company, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, is represented in 58 countries with a total of 272 branches including commercial, franchise and corporate branches.

For more information on the history of Truly Nolen, visit www.trulynolen.com.
 

 

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