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Noon Turf Care aquires Grasshopper Lawn

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This is Noon Turf Care's first footprint into the Conn. lawn care market.

| February 18, 2014

Noon Turf Care is proud to announce the acquisition of Grasshopper Lawn of Naugatuck, Conn. Grasshopper Lawns, owned and operated by Doug Columb, has been servicing the Southern Connecticut area for over 43 years. They offer premium service and products to a large base of residential and commercial customers in Connecticut. Like Noon Turf Care, Grasshopper Lawns has established a strong customer base as a result of their commitment to quality service.

“We are excited to welcome Grasshopper Lawns Inc. customers to our family. We are looking forward to delivering the same level of quality service that they have grown accustomed to. It is clear that Noon Turf Care and Grasshopper Lawns operate under the same philosophy of delivering superior client service and quality to their clients. We are proud to also welcome all of the Grasshopper Lawns employees to our team. Doug and his team have obviously done a phenomenal job building a quality customer-centric service and we are ready to continue this tradition with them,” said Christopher Noon, CEO of Noon Turf Care.

Grasshopper Lawns services thousands of customers in the Connecticut market and this acquisition will serve as Noon Turf Care’s first footprint into the Connecticut market. Noon Turf Care’s management team is looking forward to having all of the same Grasshopper Lawns’ team members servicing their same customers, so nothing will change in terms of service delivered to Grasshopper Lawns’ customers. 

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