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EasyTurf unveils artificial grass system

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The company will showcase their ultimate permeable synthetic turf at the GIE+EXPO.

| October 16, 2013

VISTA, Calif. – EasyTurf is scheduled to showcase their industry leading synthetic turf at the Green Industry & Equipment Expo Oct. 23-25 at the Kentucky Exposition Center, Louisville, Ky.
 
The GIE+EXPO is the country's largest green industry exhibition with more than 750 vendor displays, showcasing outdoor power equipment, lawn and garden products, outdoor leisure items, and light construction and landscape equipment used by general contractors, landscapers, golf course superintendents and parks & recreation crews. EasyTurf will unveil an interactive look at the ingenious engineering involved in the creation of their artificial grass and proprietary MaxxFlow backing, the permeability system that ensures maximum drainage.
 
“EasyTurf has been an innovator of synthetic grass landscaping and has taken a leading role in educating consumers of our many benefits,” says Dave Hartman, EasyTurf President. “We’re excited to join the Green Industry Expo and show homeowners how we can improve their homes and quality of life.”
 
EasyTurf uses a proprietary 100 percent permeable artificial grass surface backing, MaxxFlow, for unmatched drainage capabilities. Unlike a grass lawn, rain will not turn your EasyTurf surface into a mud pit. Natural grass lawns require regular maintenance, tremendous amounts of water, pesticides, herbicides, fertilizer and time. EasyTurf’s durability is also unmatched.
 
“EasyTurf’s superior synthetic grass products are matched by a dedication to exceptional craftsmanship and customer service,” Hartman says. “Our commitment to excellence continues to attract homeowners and commercial businesses searching for functional, aesthetic improvements.”

World renowned dog whisperer, Cesar Millan recently introduced EasyTurf artificial grass as his turf-of-choice for pet owners. Millan says drainage was critical in his decision to partner with EasyTurf on the 10,000 sq. ft. installation of artificial grass at his Dog Psychology Center in Santa Clarita, Calif.
 
“We have a lot of land to cover, so it’s important to me that our landscaping is easy to care for, safe for our pack and has proper drainage,” says Millan. “Not only does Easy Turf look just like natural grass, it helps to eliminate common lawn problems associated with pets like brown spots from urine, tracked in mud, grass clippings and it can even deter your dog from digging holes.”
 
EasyTurf, the landscape division of FieldTurf, plays an important role in environmentally friendly lawns, recreational fields, playgrounds and energy conservation plans for communities throughout North America.
 
For more information about the Fall Orange County Home and Garden show, call (800) 558-8767 or visit www.gie-expo.com.

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