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The Rak brothers will host a gathering for only 10 landscape business owners.

| August 29, 2013

Jeff and Steve Rak will host a networking event for landscapers on Friday, Oct. 11, 2013 from 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. EDT at the Rak Brothers Cos. facility.

This event is an intimate gathering of 10 landscape business owners hosted at the Rak Group facility in Columbia Station, Ohio the home of Jeff's award winning design/build firm Land Creations Landscaping and Steve's commercial grounds management company Southwest Landscape Management. This event is focused on helping you grow your company to the next level and to allow you to learn and take home some very valuable information to help you do just that.

This event is tailored to landscape business owners who want to grow their company to the next level with the following criteria:

- Your company is doing less than $1 million in gross sales.
- You are the owner of the company, a partner or a key manager.
- You have been in business at least 2 years.

Jeff and Steve will present on topics including hiring the right people, the company experience, systems and paperwork flow and sales. Attendees will get a full all access facility tour of both companies and be able to ask questions of our employees, see our systems in practice and for those who want to get here early (7:30 a.m.) you can watch our crews roll out in the morning and our account managers, field supers and operations managers will be on hand to answer your questions! This really is an all access open forum so you can learn as much as possible in a one day intimate setting. You will also have time to network with the other attendees.

This Event is limited to only 10 people and when it sells out we will not add any more attendees, so if you want to attend register now.

For more information, click here.

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