Truly Nolen Promotes Cruz, Wilcox

Truly Nolen Promotes Cruz, Wilcox

Emily Cruz was promoted to manager of the El Paso (Texas) office and Bill Wilcox to sales trainer for the Tempe (Ariz.) commercial office.

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November 28, 2017
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TUCSON, Ariz. – Truly Nolen Pest Control recently announced the promotion of Emily Cruz to Manager of the company’s El Paso (Tex.) service office at 6621 Montana Avenue

Cruz joined Truly Nolen in July 2010 and was most recently the office administrator in El Paso. She has spent a total of 11 years in the pest control industry in both Texas and Arizona and is a former “Truly Week” winner, which is an honor selected by the company’s executive team based on Cruz’s experience in the field dealing with customers and community events.

Some of Cruz’s new responsibilities will include helping the service office gain more visibility with the local El Paso community as well as instilling the company’s core values throughout her team. “I am excited that our team and brand name has the opportunity to grow along with our community,” said Cruz. “Our team proudly embraces the company’s culture and I look forward to coming to work every day because of it.”

“Emily’s extensive pest control industry experience along with her strong drive to master her craft made her the perfect person for her new role,” said Robert King, District Manager, Texas and Albuquerque, N.M. “She is surrounded by individuals who share her same vision for growth and we feel fortunate to have her as part of our team.”

Truly Nolen Pest Control announced the promotion of Bill Wilcox to sales trainer for the company’s Western Commercial Division. His office will be based in the company’s Tempe, Ariz. Commercial service office (1005 N. Stadem, #202). The Division encompasses all of Arizona, Las Vegas, Nev., Midvale and Ogden, Utah, and San Diego, Calif.

Wilcox joined the company in 2014 and was most recently a Sales Trainer for the Tempe Commercial service office. Prior to joining Truly Nolen, he was a Territory Manager for National Fleet Management of Charlotte, NC, where he introduced and sold maintenance and repair services for trucking fleets.

“In my new role, I will be able to work with all commercial sales inspectors in their own territory and service offices, “Wilcox said. “I believe that will help me to have a greater impact not only on each particular person, but the company itself.”

“Bill has been a dynamite team player and tremendous asset as a sales trainer for Tempe since he arrived three years ago,” said Mike Tanner, Truly Nolen District Manager, Western Commercial Division. “I know he will excel in his new role and I look forward to working with him as we take our department to the next level.”