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PLANET names first female Trailblazer

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Crystal Arlington is the CEO of Affiliated Grounds Maintenance Group in Pennsylvania.

| November 13, 2012

Lake City, Pa. – Affiliated Grounds Maintenance Group. announced that the Professional Landcare Network (PLANET) named CEO Crystal Arlington to the status of Trailblazer. Trailblazers are a select group of individuals nominated by their peers for being dedicated professionals who have made significant and long-term contributions to the green industry.

The program was launched in 2002 to recognize industry leaders who are willing to share their wealth of knowledge with PLANET members. Arlington is one of 118 Trailblazers who has earned this designation and she is the first female to receive the honor in the category of Landscape Management.

“The PLANET Trailblazer mentoring program has provided assistance to so many companies and individuals,” said AGMG CEO Crystal Arlington. “I am proud to join this group of dedicated green industry professionals and I look forward to helping others achieve success in the exterior maintenance industry.”

Arlington was also the first female in the industry to receive dual certification as a PLANET Landscape Industry Manager and Certified Snow Professional with the Snow & Ice Management Association. This year, she became ASCA Certified with the Accredited Snow Contractors Association.

Affiliated Grounds Maintenance Group, headquartered in Lake City, Pa., has grown to encompass work in 39 states with more than 5000 Affiliated Partner Contractors. The company provides exterior maintenance services including landscape maintenance, snow and ice management, lot sweeping and power washing to some of the country’s largest companies and property management firms.
 

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