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Nozzle Nolen Robotic Elephant

   The Nozzle Nolen Robotic Elephant is the mascot for the company and has been for over 50 years. Nozzle Nolen is one of the largest pest control company's in the world and is based in West Palm Beach, Florida.

   The Nozzle Nolen Elephant is made of fiberglass and his head moves up & down via a built in 12 volt motor.


   The robotic elephant is mounted on top of all of the Nozzle Nolen trucks and can be seen throughout South Florida. They were originally made from wood but have since been upgraded to fiberglass by using a custom made mold. The elephant is approx. 26" long X 15" tall X 11" wide and weighs around 20 pounds.
   Nozzle Nolen has been in business since 1951. The Nolen name has been associated with the pest control industry since 1937 when Truly Nolen Sr. started a pest control business in Miami, Florida. The Nozzle Nolen Elephant Logo (on the right) has been used in all of their advertisements since the beginning of the company.

The Nolen Elephant on one of their many trucks (circa 1960).

 

Here is an old ad from the company.


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