Only Read If You Love Your Business

Screen-shot-2014-02-14-at-7.42.13-AMIf your days start early and end late after hours of visiting project sites, talking with clients, bidding on jobs and working on equipment, you obviously care about your company’s success. So, let TLC help with that.

Each year, we recognize 12 landscapers from across the country as our Landscaper of the Year finalists. Each landscaper gets an all-expense-paid cruise, his or her company in the magazine and the opportunity to meet other great landscapers. This really is a great way for owners to get their business on the map — and show potential clients they are the real deal.

But don’t take my word for it. Here’s what the 2014 Landscaper of the Year, Andrea Wilson Mueller, had to say.

“We feel very honored and privileged to have been selected from such a fine group of landscapers,” says Mueller, owner of Inside Out Design in Frankfort, Kentucky. “We enjoyed meeting and talking with so many of them, and that networking and learning in itself was worth the trip. In short, we enjoyed every minute of our time on the cruise and think it was a wonderful opportunity to help our company grow into an even better version, as there is always something to work on and improve.”

Something like this program might seem out of reach, but don’t sell yourself short. Whether you maintain lawns, install plants or create design/build projects, we want you to apply.

“In our industry, it can be easy to get bogged down and feel overwhelmed at times,” Andrea says. “Things like this renew our spirits and make us keep overcoming obstacles and reaching for new goals and dreams.”

So, stop thinking you couldn’t be the next Landscaper of the Year and enter today (or at least before the July 31 deadline).

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.
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