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Ruppert opens Baltimore branch

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The company previously served the area from its Frederick, Md., and Laytonsville, Md., locations.

| May 4, 2010

Ruppert Landscape, based in Laytonsville, Md., has opened a location just outside of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor to service a growing market of customers. Ruppert, which has 11 branch offices in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Georgia and North Carolina, has been serving the Baltimore area from its Frederick and Laytonsville branches.

“The Baltimore market is a vibrant and growing area with a lot of great customers,” said Branch Manager John Harich. “We are very excited to have a full-fledged branch and a great team to service our customers.”

Heading the newly created branch is veteran Branch Manager John Harich, who has been with the company for seven years. Joining Harich are Scott Distasio, enhancement manager; Mike Fleming, area manager; Brandon Simmons, area manager; and Patty Pescrille, sales manager.

“With talented and experienced staff already in place, opening a branch office in the area was an easy decision to make,” said Chris Davitt, Ruppert Landscape’s president.  “We have enjoyed the many years that we have been servicing this market and we look forward to being better able to accommodate the needs of our customers with the opening of this new branch.”
 

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