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Get behind the scenes with Top 100 companies

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L&L readers can get exclusive access to four of the country’s top landscapers with these free webinars.

| June 17, 2014

 

CLEVELAND – Lawn & Landscape readers have the opportunity to get an exclusive, insider’s tour of four Top 100 companies this year.

Starting in June and running throughout the rest of the year, L&L will host a series of free webinars with some of the best companies in the industry. Four principals at companies on our 2014 Top 100 list will open their doors for landscapers across the country and share key insights on their operations.

As an attendee you’ll learn:
- How these companies grew to more than $20 million in annual revenue
- How they manage widespread and diverse service lines
- How they keep their firms staffed with key talent
- And more!

The Lawn & Landscape Top 100 list, sponsored by Exmark, was published in our May issue. Companies on the L&L Top 100 earned total revenue in 2013 of $7,250,525,080 and reported total employment (seasonal plus year-round employees) of 83,845.

Details and registration links for each of the free webinars are below. Click on each name to register. Don’t wait – sign up today!

Aug. 19 – Dean Murphy, Terracare Associates, Littleton, Colo.
Oct. 15 – Jerry Maldonado, Maldonado Nursery and Landscaping, San Antonio
Dec. 16 – Steve Glennon, Cagwin & Dorward, Novato, Calif.

 

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