Just Hours Left To Apply

Just before deadlineAfter months and months of planning, the moment is finally here.

The days have turned into hours and the hours are now turning into minutes as our deadline quickly approaches for our Landscaper of the Year program.

This is a program that has been specifically designed for you.

We try to pick an ideal weekend to take you on a cruise, we visit all 12 landscapers to conduct interviews and take pictures, we feature every landscaper in our magazine and we pick one winner to be the next Landscaper of the Year.

This is a program that is supposed to be about achievements, successes, struggles, failures, goals, team effort, family bonds and so much more.

Entering our program allows you to not only get the respect and recognition that you deserve, but it allows you to share your story, connect with other industry professionals and get a weekend away to enjoy your success.

We get the question many, many times through the application process, “Well, I’m just a small company, so I can’t apply, right?” or “I focus on maintenance, so we don’t have large projects, so we shouldn’t apply right?”

Wrong, wrong and wrong.

The program is designed around landscapers of the like. Whether your focus is design/build, irrigation, maintenance or just cutting the lawn – we take everyone. We have a few rules, but we look at small, medium and large landscaping companies the same.

You don’t have to have fancy photos or the highest income of the century – no, you just have to tell us why you want to be the next Landscaper of the Year.

It’s not about boasting your success, or showing off your company.

This is about taking a step back, recognizing the journey it took for you to get where you are today and sharing experiences with other landscapers who may have shared that same experience.

Today is the last day to apply, and we encourage everyone to take a minute to apply to be our next Landscaper of the Year

The Attachments Idea Book
Landscapers use a variety of attachments for doing everything from snow removal to jobsite cleanup, and regardless of how often they are used, every landscaper has a favorite attachment.
Attachments Idea Book Cover