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Landscape Supply, Inc. opens new service center

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New branch supports LSI from Chantilly, Va.

| July 11, 2013

Landscape Supply, Inc., a subsidiary of W.S. Connelly Companies, opened a new service center in Chantilly, Va., to support its distribution network throughout the Mid-Atlantic region by strengthening its ability to service golf course, lawn care, sports turf and erosion control companies in northern Virginia and southern Maryland.

LSI operates eight service centers including the new Chantilly facility, serving Virginia, Maryland, Tennessee, West Virginia and northern North Carolina. The network of service centers also provides LSI’s customers with the highest level of customer service and value-added solutions.

“We work diligently to meet our customer’s needs by providing the best products and highest level of customer service so that they may maximize their business’s profitability,” said Patrick Connelly, president of LSI. “We are thrilled to offer the northern Virginia and southern Maryland market a supply option that starts with understanding the customer’s needs and building long lasting relationships.”

LSI partners with market-leading agronomic and construction suppliers including: EarthWorks, LLC, Syngenta Lawn & Garden, Bayer, BASF, Dow Chemical, Performance Nutrition, ADS, North American Green Erosion Control, Southern Lawn, Precision Labs, Profile Products, WINfab Geotextiles, PrimeraONE and more.

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