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LS Training creates enhanced training website

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Employees can now train from home.

| February 20, 2013

LS Training has re-launched its online training and safety support website. These changes will help landscape professionals and contractors stay up-to-date on current trends, consistent safety training and a growing library of safety videos while deepening their understanding of the breadth of LS Training product portfolio and technical expertise.

Located at www.lstraining.com, the site features:

• 100 percent online training; employees can train from home
• Pre-employment testing
• Reduced repair and maintenance costs
• Customize, manage and training employee training
• All lessons available for individual purchase
• 5 new snow removal training videos
• Much more

“LS Training is constantly developing innovative products and solutions to help our customers manage their businesses and do their jobs better and more efficiently,” said Arden Urbano, vice president, LS Training. “Our new website design is another example of our commitment to landscape contractors everywhere. It is packed with information our customers can use to make better business decisions and in a format that allows them to connect with our brand, products and people in a unique online experience.”

To learn more about LS Training products and services for the landscape, lawn care, golf and garden center professional, visit www.lstraining.com or call 877-482-2323.
 

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