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Truly Nolen donates services to first responders

|  April 21, 2020

Truly Nolen Pest Control designated April 15 as the day the company would donate its new “TRULY Sanitized” service to First Responders across the country. Two fire departments accepted the donation of services but were unable to do it on April 15. So, the company donated its services on April 16-17.

Truly Nolen donated services to the following:

  • Fort Myers (Fla.) Fire Department Station 6 (Combination of Fort Myers Commercial, Bonita Springs Service Office, and Fort Myers Residential)
  • Charlotte County (Fla.) Sheriff’s Office Administration Complex and Charlotte County Public Safety Building, (Port Charlotte Service Office)
  • NSpire (Nursing Center) of Miami Lakes (where the team sanitized and disinfected 75 First Responders’ personal vehicles)(Miami Commercial and Broward/Palm Beach Commercial)
  • John C. Sumner Walker Volunteer Fire Department near Prescott, Ariz. (Prescott Service Office)
  • Edgecliff Village Fire Department near Fort Worth, Tex., (Fort Worth Service Office)
  • Rural Metro Fire Department of Sahuarita, Ariz. (Green Valley Service Office and the Truly Nolen Corporate Training & Technical Department)

“As we have always known, sanitation is a critical part of pest control,” said Scarlett Nolen, president of Truly Nolen. “Although we cannot guarantee our customer’s exposure to the virus, we can support safety and public health through our TRULY Sanitized service.”

Read more COVID-19 coverage here: MyPMP.net/COVID-19

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