Based on what you are stating, and the fact in comments you say that all the duplicate sites will be in English but targeting different audiences you have two options here...
Your first option is if the substantive content of the site will be the same across all the sites. If that is the case then your only real course of action would be to pick one site as the primary authoritative one and then define canonical meta tags on the corresponding pages of all the other sites linking to the corresponding pages on the main site.
The second option is if the substantive content of the site will be different across the sites. If that is the case then there is no issue with having the sites as if they where just several different sites as they would all have unique content.
There is a third option though and that would be not to have different sites for each country, especially if the languages will all be the same. What you could do in this instance is have one site with all of the substantive content on it, and then have one page per geographic area you service. This page would be area specific information, and the page that gets linked to from Google Places and Google+