Our Mesa service office recently visited the children at Little Sunshines preschool and daycare in order to show off their “buggy” friends. Our team discussed what defines a bug and also touched on the difference between good bugs and bad ones. The children showed their appreciation of allowing us to be the recipients of some original design insect art!
Our Mesa service office recently visited Sonoma Ranch Elementary where they provided students a presentation chock-full of interesting bug facts and surprises. Don’t believe us? Check out the testimonials our crew received!
Branch manager Joe Miksesell met with the Lost Dutchman leads group of the Apache Chamber of Commerce and gave a 20 minute presentation on the top five bugs that Truly Nolen receive the most calls about. Roughly 20 local businesses were represented by a combination of owners and managers at the meeting. Branch 049 added value to others’ by providing a better understanding of the bugs with the greatest impact on the local area!
Mesa (branch 049) teamed up with the Greenfield Elementary Dad’s Club in their annual “Stuck In the Swap Extravaganza” The Mouse Limo was accompanied by an entire array of other vehicles ranging from Helicopters, SWAT Vehicles, Fire trucks, Ambulances along with a host of buggy friends: a Colombian Goldburst Tarantula, a Pumpkin Patch Tarantula, a Desert Hairy Scorpion, and Bark Scorpions. The team also handed out over 200 sport packs filled with coloring books, cups, pens, air fresheners and tattoos. A big thanks to all of the Truly Nolen Team: Ron Pratt, Mike Willis and his wife, Jim Sivigny, and Scott Loveridge