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Turf Care partners with Operation FINALLY HOME

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The company will help provide healthy lawns for returning war heroes.

| January 15, 2014

Brunswick, Oh. – Turf Care Supply is proud to announce their support and new partnership with Operation Finally Home. Operation FINALLY HOME was established in 2005 as a nonpartisan/nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Operation FINALLY HOME partners with corporate sponsors, builder associations, builders, developers, individual contributors, and volunteers to help America’s military heroes and their families transition to the home front by addressing one of their most pressing needs – a home to call their own. Turf Care Supply has partnered with the organization to supply each of the 50 new homes that they plan to build this year with one of the Turf Care Professional Starter Fertilizer products, to establish a healthy lawn, and a supply of our new Growstar brand consumer line of products. 

“Operation FINALLY HOME is honored to have Turf Care as a partner in furthering our mission of providing custom-built, mortgage free homes to America’s military heroes," says Rusty Carroll of Operation Finally Home. "Turf Care’s commitment to Operation FINALLY HOME of providing lawn care products will help these deserving families transition to the home front by helping them learn and enjoy the responsibilities that come with home ownership.”

"Turf Care is so proud to participate in Operation Finally Home- for those men and women who risk their lives to protect our way of life here in America, and freedom around the world- every day..."   saysWilliam Milowitz, President and C.E.O Turf Care Supply.

To find out more visit www.tcscusa.com/operation-finally-home or www.OperationFinallyHome.org

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