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Jack Ruppert promoted to branch manager

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He will be responsible for the Lorton Landscape Management branch.

| January 13, 2014

Laytonsville, MD – Ruppert Landscape is pleased to announce the promotion of Jack Ruppert to the position of Branch Manager in the company's Lorton Landscape Management branch.  

As a Branch Manager, he will be responsible for the overall development and health of the branch including strategic planning, budgeting, training and higher education, and all day-to-day operations. Jack, who has been with the Ruppert organization for three years, served in the role of area manager prior to being promoted. In his role as area manager, he was responsible for the management of four production crews and over 50 clients.

“Jack’s strength is building strong client relationships,” says Fred Key, vice president and regional director of the Landscape Management Division. “He has an extremely high customer retention rate and has earned a reputation as a quality-focused manager who will go above and beyond to get the job done.”

“The position Jack is filling has been the result of division transfers, promotions and new branch openings in the region,” says Key. “We are always happy when our company’s growth continues to provide opportunities for high achievers in our company, like Jack, to excel.” 

Jack graduated from Penn State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in landscape contracting management. He is a Certified Landscape Technician and LEED Green Associate. Jack, his wife, Gloria, and their daughter Natalie currently reside in Damascus, MD but will be relocating to Northern Virginia this spring. 

For more information: www.ruppertlandscape.com
 

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