Lawn Army Celebrates Its First Year Of Service

The team at Lawn Army, a full-service landscape maintenance company, is pleased to be celebrating its one-year anniversary of service to homeowners.

(PRWEB) October 31, 2013 - The team at Lawn Army, a full-service landscape maintenance company, is pleased to be celebrating its one-year anniversary of service to homeowners. The vision of a high-quality, professional lawn service company began as a dream that CEO Jerrod Sessler had a few years ago. Sessler, CEO of HomeTask, a multi-brand franchisor with locations across the U.S., recently commented on Lawn Army’s first year—“Our hope was to bring a landscape service to the market that offered efficient systems, competent leadership, and ethical principles. The lawn care and landscape industry has not been marked by structured systems and excellent service in the past so we wanted to create a business that would step in to fill that gap in the market. As a result of our vision we came up with the Lawn Army structure, which not only provides great lawn care service but also has created support systems that will be able to help residential lawn maintenance and landscaping businesses across the nation.”

During its year of service, Lawn Army integrated state of the art technology into daily operations by utilizing a cloud-based computing system for routing service trucks, interacting with customers, processing online payments, and engaging through social media. Lawn Army also has the unique honor of being the very first national landscaping company that is focused on residential services, which has helped its rapid growth.

Lawn Army has grown from a simple vision to conducting operations in three territories with thousands of pounds of yard waste being cut, trimmed, and hauled away each month. In one location, Lawn Army was able to grow from a few dozen customers to more than double that in just the first growing season. Americans across the country are searching for quality yard care every year and we are confident that Lawn Army will continue to grow due to our established systems, integration of technology, and professionally trained technicians. Lawn Army is looking to expand during its next year through franchising its model across the country and based on current projections, it is anticipated that Lawn Army will be licensing ten new locations in the coming year.

About Lawn Army

Lawn Army is a full-service landscape maintenance company and franchise concept. Lawn Army was founded in 2002 by CEO Jerrod Sessler. Sessler is the CEO of HomeTask, a multi-brand franchisor with locations across the U.S. Lawn Army now offers lawn and maintenance services to homeowners in the greater Seattle area. To learn more about Lawn Army visit http://www.lawnarmy.com

Contact:

Justin Gillebo
HomeTask
Director of Public Relations
justin.gillebo@hometask.com
+1 206.763.6800 Ext: 6016
http://www.yellowvanhandyman.com/

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