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The Greenery acquires Mazzanna’s Lawn & Landscape

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The merger expands the company’s reach in South Carolina’s Lowcountry.

| February 9, 2012

The Greenery, an employee owned company, has purchased the assets of Mazzanna’s Lawn & Landscaping of Beaufort, S.C. The two companies merged Feb. 1 to effectively serve the Lowcountry’s landscaping needs.

Mazzanna’s is a $3 million landscape maintenance and construction company that performs commercial, residential and military contracts. Gary Mazzanna and his staff will continue serving their clients, but will do so as employee owners of The Greenery.

In a letter to Mazzanna’s clients, Lee Edwards, CEO of The Greenery, said, “We are … certain that we will continue the same quality of service that Mazzanna’s Lawn & Landscape has practiced and will continue to improve and enhance the quality of your landscape.”

Edwards added, “Our goal is to continue to provide … the best landscape maintenance in the Lowcountry, and we are confident that the expansion of resources will prove this to be a successful transition.”

Mazzanna will work closely with Jerry Ashmore, a branch manager with The Greenery, to oversee daily landscape operations and be available to assist with any special requests or needs.

The Greenery was No. 42 on our top 100 with $25.1 million in revenue.

 

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