Entrepreneurs Are Drawn to U.S. Lawns
May 28, 2013 // Franchising.com // Orlando, FL - Six new U.S. Lawns franchisees came to Orlando from five locations across the country to attend New Franchise Training at the U.S. Lawns Home Office in Orlando, FL.
U.S. Lawns continues to grow, just like the grass that it cuts. Commercial landscape management is a beacon to entrepreneurs, and the backing of an industry-leading franchise is a strong draw.
Their initial week-long training in Orlando immerses them in the system, and familiarizes them with the processes and tools they will use to build their business in their local markets.
“Three of our new May franchises are military vets, one is an experienced franchisee and the one is an experienced business and salesman,” U.S. Lawns President Ken Hutcheson commented. “They all have the skill sets to really take off in the franchise world. Our systems and processes are something they are all accustomed to, and in fact embrace.”
U.S. Lawns’ newest franchisees are:
- Kevin Monaco, Reno, NV
- John Crowley, Charlottesville, VA
- Jarrad & Jasmina Boever, Des Moines West, IA
- Brock Howland, Kalamazoo, MI
- Ronnie Christopher, Warner Robins, GA
About U.S. Lawns
Founded in 1986, U.S. Lawns services commercial landscape customers through a network of over 260 locally owned franchise locations nationwide, providing customized commercial landscape management and snow & ice management services to corporate campuses, retail centers, industrial parks, multi-family residential communities and other commercial customers. U.S. Lawns also provides multi-location property managers and owners with centralized billing and one point of contact through Strategic Accounts. For more information, visit http://www.USLawns.com and http://www.USLawnsFranchise.com.
SOURCE US Lawns
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