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Truly Nolen of America Announces Broward County Branch Manager Promotion

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Truly Nolen of America, one of the nation’s largest family-owned pest control companies, recently announced the promotion of Joe Jayne to commercial branch manager of Broward County.

| December 9, 2010

Pompano Beach, Fla. — Truly Nolen of America, one of the nation’s largest family-owned pest control companies, recently announced the promotion of Joe Jayne to commercial branch manager of Broward County. He will monitor and evaluate administrative staff and technicians, and handle the day-to-day operations within Broward County.  

Jayne began his career with the company in January 2009 as a commercial sales inspector, and participated in the Manager in Training program later that year specializing in commercial and residential sales. He has worked at the Bonita Springs, Florida and Lake Havasu, Arizona residential sales departments and earlier this year was promoted to sales manager of the Ft. Myers branch.

“Joe is the perfect person to manage and expand the commercial sector of Broward County,” Florida Commercial District Manager Jim Pitt said. “We are so pleased he has joined the South Florida team.”

To reach the Broward County Branch, please contact 954/941-4806.

Founded in 1938, Tucson, Arizona-based Truly Nolen of America is one of the largest family owned pest control companies in the United States. Truly Nolen has more than 80 branch offices in Arizona, California, Florida, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas and Utah. The company also has independently owned and operated franchises in an ever-growing number of territories including California, Florida, Kentucky, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Texas as well as Puerto Rico. For more information, please visit www.trulynolen.com.
 

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