Thursday, April 17, 2014

Home News Virginia Green Lawn Care continues growth

Virginia Green Lawn Care continues growth

Industry News

The company appoints Joe Donchez as sales manager.

| September 12, 2012

RICHMOND, Va. – Joe Donchez has joined Virginia Green Lawn Care as Sales Manager. He brings more than 26 years of landscaping and lawn care experience to the Virginia Green team. Donchez will be responsible for leading consultative sales for both commercial and residential clients.

“Joe has been working in landscaping and lawn care throughout the Mid-Atlantic, and his experience is a perfect match for us,” said Gil Grattan, president of Virginia Green Lawn Care. “We provide custom programs based upon lawn conditions, as well as seed blends specific to Virginia. This attention to detail has fueled our growth, and we are confident Joe will help us achieve even more success.”

Virginia Green currently employs a staff of more than 42 lawn-care professionals, and provides both residential and commercial services in the Richmond and Williamsburg regions. The business has experienced rapid growth over the last three years, thanks in part to its commitment to customer service.

“I have long been impressed by Virginia Green’s business model and commitment to customer service,” Donchez said. “By taking a lawn-by-lawn care and feeding approach, and striving for 100 percent customer satisfaction, Gil and the team have built a thriving company. I am excited to have the opportunity to bring these high-quality services to even more homeowners and business owners in Virginia. We expect great things are in store for our customers – and for Virginia Green.”
 

Top news

Dealing with drought

L&L talked with landscapers throughout the state to see how they’re faring with the conditions.

John Deere Landscapes makes an acquisition

Eljay Irrigation in Canada will integrate immediately with JDL.

Davey names new President of U.S. Operations

Patrick Covey has been with the company for 20 years.

Affected by the elements

After drastic weather in 2013, LCOs need to keep a close eye on pests this spring.

Learn to control aquatic weeds

A free webinar will teach LCOs how to fight weeds in the water.