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Noon names VP of operations

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John Guariano was promoted after five years with the company.

| September 6, 2013

John Guariano joined Noon Turf Care nearly five years ago and was the client service manager of Noon Turf Care’s customer service department. After a lengthy interviewing process inside and outside the firm Noon selected John as the best fit as the vice president of operations. Guariano was selected as the most qualified professional for the job because of his lengthy client service and management experience at Noon Turf Care and other firms outside of the industry.

Guariano’s new position entails managing all of the service and production operations at Noon Turf Care so that they can continue to grow with quality people, systems and service in place. He will be working closely with all of Noon Turf Care’s service center branches and managers to ensure all of the operations at Noon Turf Care run smoothly.

“We are very excited and feel fortunate to have Mr. Guariano in this position at our company. After seeing the exceptional results he has delivered to this company for nearly five years it is the logical next step for him to take over management of all of the operations at Noon Turf Care. He is a perfect fit to help manage and expand our customer-centric culture at this company”  said Matthew Noon, president.

Prior to joining Noon Turf Care, Guariano worked for a global banking firm where he managed one of their largest call centers in the region. His experience will help Noon continue to grow ensuring that managers meet all of their financial and operational benchmarks at the company.
 

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