Nisus Corporation, based in Knoxville, Tenn., is shifting its North American pest control sales territory, and longtime employee Harry Bryan will be taking on the role of accelerating growth in the mountain territory consisting of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana. He also will be responsible for account management in Tennessee and Kentucky.
Additionally, Nisus announced the addition of Midwest Territory Manager Jeff Caudill to the firm’s sales team.
Wil-Kil Pest Control, Sun Prairie, Wis., recently announced four of its pest control experts, Jason Freels, regional manager at the Chippewa Falls, Wis., location and Menomonee Falls, Wis., technicians Paul Becker, Tyler Bessa and Rick Schoening, earned the Associate Certified Entomologist (ACE) certificate from the Entomological Society of America (ESA) Certification Corporation.
Liphatech announced the expansion of John Murphy’s role to include various technical manager duties along with continued support for his current customer base in the Northeast and eastern Canada. In addition, Ted Bruesch, Liphatech technical support manager, will continue his field and research work.
Pest Pros Pest Solutions, a Northern California based pest control provider, named new partner Brad Wolfgram as business development manager for the organization’s pest control operation.
Geotech Supply hired Mike Dougherty as inside sales representative for the firm’s new Anaheim location. Dougherty comes to Geotech with more than 20 years of experience in the pest management industry.
Truly Nolen Pest Control recently announced the promotion of Aaron Gutzdorf to manager of the company’s Fort Myers, Fla., service office. In other news at the firm, Skip Avery was promoted to manager of the company’s Yuma, Ariz., service office.
Control Solutions Inc. (CSI) has promoted Paul Griffin to the newly developed role of key accounts manager for the firm’s pest control division. In other news at the firm, Ada Wilson joins the CSI team as Southeast regional sales representative.