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TACOMA, Wash. — Sprague Pest Solutions has expanded its service footprint in the western United States with the addition of service centers in Las Vegas and Reno.
The expansion is a result of Sprague’s acquisition of ProChem ProActive in Las Vegas and Sharp Pest Control in Reno. Both companies share Sprague’s focus on providing innovative commercial pest management services and a commitment to exceeding client expectations.
ProChem ProActive owner Rob Suckoll and Sharp owner Charles Sharp have joined the Sprague team and will continue to service clients in their respective markets. Suckoll had worked for Sprague in the late 1990s before moving to Las Vegas to open his own company.
“Nevada features a wealth of world-class hospitality properties as well as many well-established food processing and warehousing facilities,” said Ross Treleven, Sprague president. “We look forward to introducing Sprague’s innovative integrated pest management programs to assist them and protect guests, employees and food products from potentially harmful and disease-carrying pests.”
The Las Vegas service center features a dedicated bed bug service team to help protect the ever-growing number of hotel rooms and apartment and condominium complexes from the nuisance pest.
Sprague has more than 90 years of experience providing integrated pest management and food safety programs.
TUCSON, Ariz. – Truly Nolen Pest Control recently announced the promotion of Emily Gannon to training department administrator. She will remain based at the company’s Tucson headquarters.
Gannon joined Truly Nolen in 2018 as a phone agent with the company’s Customer Care Center. She most recently worked as an administrative assistant for the Western Admin Center.
Some of Gannon’s new responsibilities include coordinating the Training Department’s in-house, continuing education classes with materials and travel details, overseeing the company’s pin program which honors longevity and special achievements, and taking on Arizona Pest Management Division registrations and licensing.
“I am most excited to be taking on more responsibility along with helping our employees with anything related to training,” said Gannon. “My favorite thing about Truly Nolen is that our work environment is unique and collaborative and I am excited that there is so much opportunity and room to grow.”
Scott Svenheim, national training manager, Truly Nolen, added, “Emily was terrific in her two previous roles with our company and they both make her well-suited for her new position. We wish her much success in her new role.