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AgriLawn celebrates 20th anniversary

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The Oklahoma City lawn care company will mark two decades in business this year.

| February 21, 2011

AgriLawn, a lawn care and pest management company in Greater Oklahoma City, celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Since its founding in January of 1991, AgriLawn has delivered a full range of lawn care services ranging from weed control, fertilization, aeration, soil testing, grub treatments, plant health care and pest control for the yard and home.

AgriLawn has a fleet of more than 25 work trucks, as well as a state-of-the-art facility built in 2004 with a building expansion in December 2010. The service area ranges from South Logan County (Simmons Road), to Shawnee, South to Blanchard and Tuttle and West to Yukon and Mustang.

“Recognizing that 50 percent of businesses fail within 4 years of their establishment, we feel very fortunate to be celebrating our 20th year in business,” said Roger Jacobi, founder of AgriLawn. “Much of the credit goes to our employee/owners who share in our mission to strive for professionalism while serving with quality, courtesy and integrity. This industry has experienced many changes through the years but these values remain true.

"We continue to be thankful for the opportunity to serve the public in central Oklahoma while maintaining healthy and aesthetic lawns and landscapes. We look forward to many more years of creating jobs and opportunities for our employee/owners as we provide weed control, fertilization and pest management services for our current and future customers.”

AgriLawn is a winner of the 2008 Central Oklahoma Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Customer Service and Ethics in the Marketplace.
 

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