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Lawns by Yorkshire CEO earns national landscape designation

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Steven Jomides is now a certified technician in turf and ornamental maintenance.

| November 18, 2010

WESTWOOD, N.J. – Lawns by Yorkshire CEO Steven Jomides has earned the designation of certified technician in turf and ornamental maintenance from PLANET, making him nationally certified.

“I encourage and support our team in continuing education, and it has become a significant position of differentiation for us at Lawns by Yorkshire,” Jomides said. “As CEO, I strive to lead by example and obtaining this national certification was important for reinforcing our company values. This certification also increases the value we provide to all of our customers.”

The PLANET certification program, Landscape Industry Certified, is supported and used internationally by the International Certification Council and is seen as a benchmark for best-practices within the landscape industry.

Since 1988, Lawns by Yorkshire has provided green and sustainable landscape and snow services throughout New Jersey and New York. The company serves multiple markets including, multi-family, HOAs, sports complexes and stadiums, office parks, retail and shopping centers, school and corporate campuses, municipalities and industrial complexes.
 

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