How it Works:
Every year, the Total Landscape Care editors choose the top 12 landscapers from across the country to be honored in our Landscaper of the Year program, presented by Case Construction Equipment. Some factors that affect our decision are the landscapers’ portfolio of work, services offered, business techniques, community involvement and what sets them apart from others in the industry.
The chosen finalists are each featured in a full-length magazine article, along with photos of their projects. They also join our staff on an all-expense-paid cruise to the Bahamas hosted by Case Construction Equipment where they can network with other landscapers, enjoy nightly gala events and relax on the sandy beaches.
Continue to watch the magazine and our website for more coverage on the 2013 finalists, which includes photos from the cruise and profiles of the finalists. To be considered for our 2014 Landscaper of the Year program, click here. You can also print and mail the application to:
Total Landscape Care
3200 Rice Mine Road NE
Tuscaloosa, AL 35406
To be considered…
The nominations page includes a list of tips for completing your nomination form. In addition to the nomination form, you can also submit other information like photos of your work, facilities and employees, copies of company literature, training manuals or promotional campaigns, or anything else you think will convey the caliber of your company to the Total Landscape Care editors. All entries must be received by July 31.
Nominations are accepted year round. Each July 31, Total Landscape Care editors will review all of the applications and select 12 finalists. All Landscaper of the Year Finalists will be notified by the end of August of their selection. All finalists will attend the cruise event in November where the winner will be announced. The winner will be featured on the cover of the January issue of Total Landscape Care. Each of the other 11 finalists will be featured in Total Landscape Care monthly.
Contact Us us if you have any questions. Good luck, and we hope to see you in the Bahamas!