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Web site provides individual accounts for ecological-friendly companies.

| November 9, 2009

TORONTO, ONTARIO - Nutri-Lawn, North America's Ecology Friendly Lawn Care Company, launched a new Web site with a local focus and direct links to lawn care information. The site --  www.nutrilawn.com -- was designed to meet the growing demand for customer account access and ecological-friendly lawn care information online.

Nutri-Lawn President Ryan Vincent says: "At Nutri-Lawn we have always taken our customers' needs very seriously, and we try to incorporate their requirements into our project planning. The new site offers access to customer accounts online so registered users can pay invoices, add services, and see the status of their lawn care program. We hope this new site will provide a user-friendly destination for all their lawn care questions and account information.”

Nutri-Lawn has utilized the newest technology to provide Web users with the most current account information.

Additionally, the new Web site offers product and service details, information on local companies and offers, and corporate responsibility programs. One such program listed on the new site is Nutri-Lawn's organic lawn care program ‘The Organics PLUS’ line. The program utilizes only organic products, and has made Nutri-Lawn the leader in pesticide free-lawn treatments since 2002.

 

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