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Arborwell Opens New Branch in Orange County

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The tree care company welcomes Kirk Hinshaw as the new vice president.

| October 19, 2009

Arborwell, one of California’s professional tree management companies, has announced the opening of their new branch in Orange County, Calif.  This move illustrates Arborwell’s continued pattern of stable growth since the company’s inception eight years ago.  Even in this tough economic climate, Arborwell has managed to make the San Francisco Business Times’ list of the “Fastest Growing Private Companies in the Bay Area” for the fifth year in a row, as well as the Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s fastest growing companies for the third consecutive year.

“The opening of the Orange County office makes Arborwell a state-wide service provider of California,” said Peter Sortwell, Arborwell’s President and CEO.  “It positions us to better service our existing list of portfolio customers and will provide a terrific revenue source as we continue with our strategic growth plans.”

Kirk Hinshaw will be joining the Arborwell team to head up the new Orange County branch.  Kirk is an ISA certified arborist with more than 15 years experience in the industry. 

Arborwell’s team of ISA-certified arborists studies each tree’s overall system to ensure longevity and vitality from the ground up.  Arborwell offers tree pruning, removal, preservation, installation, plant health services, and arborist consultations to contractors, commercial property managers, golf courses, municipalities, and residential properties.  Arborwell serves the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento, Orange County, Inland Empire, and San Diego communities.

 

 

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