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Noon Turf Care expands in Massachusetts

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The company has acquired Fuller Green Lawn Care.

| October 10, 2013

Noon Turf Care is proud to announce the acquisition of Fuller Green Lawn Care of Shrewsbury, MA. Fuller Green, owned and operated by Jerry Fuller has been servicing the Boston West area for over 10 years. They offer premium service and products to a large base of residential and commercial customers in Eastern part of Massachusetts. Like Noon Turf Care, Fuller Green has established a strong customer base as a result of their commitment to quality service.

“We are excited to welcome Fuller Green customers to our family. We are looking forward to delivering the same level of quality service that they have grown accustomed to. It is clear that Noon Turf Care and Fuller Green operate under the same philosophy of delivering superior client service and quality to their clients. We are proud to also welcome owner and president of Fuller Green, Jerry Fuller to our sales team as our new commercial sales manager. Mr. Fuller has done a phenomenal job building a quality customer-centric service and we are ready to continue this tradition with him,” says Christopher Noon, CEO of Noon Turf Care.

Fuller Green services hundreds of customers in the same market as Noon Turf Care’s Boston West Service Center. Noon Turf Care’s management team is looking forward to having owner and president Jerry Fuller continue to service his existing customers. With the additional capital and support provided by Noon Turf Care, Mr. Fuller will also be able to expand his reach and volume of clients when he joins Noon Turf Care.

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