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Truly Nolen Names Orlando Branch Manager

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Jason Dixon promoted to manager of Orlando commercial branch.

| October 31, 2012

ORLANDO, Fla. - Truly Nolen recently promoted Jason Dixon to manager of the Orlando Commercial Division.

In his new role, Dixon will be a pivotal member of the Truly Nolen management team and will strive to further enhance the company's reputation as a leader in the industry, Truly Nolen said. Dixon will oversee all aspects of Truly Nolen's day-to-day technical management, including development of service protocols, research and development, and the company's training programs.

Dixon joined the company in 2011, where he was soon recruited into Truly Nolen's Manager Trainin Program. "Jason possesses the qualities that we look for in all of our commercial branch managers," said Scott Nolen, president. "He's a natural fit to spearhead commercial efforts, with the goal of significantly increasing the amount of commercial business in and around Orlando."

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