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Winkler's Tree Service joins HMI network

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Winkler becomes HMI's Authorized Member in the Chicago area.

| December 15, 2010

CARY, N.C. –  Winkler's Tree Service, Inc. has joined HMI's Authorized Member (AM) Network. HMI provides property owners, insurers, and others with a full suite of support services for trees and shrubs, including emergency removals, inspections, cause of loss analysis, and replacement cost calculations. HMI's AM's are a national network of arborists and professional tree care companies that support these products and services. Winkler's will support HMI's programs in the Chicago area.

"Winkler's Tree Service is a leader in their area, becoming the first tree care company in Illinois to become nationally accredited by TCIA," said Doug Malawsky, executive vice president and COO of HMI. "The quality of service we can provide to our northern Illinois market is greatly strengthened because Winkler's pursues and understands the value of employee training, state and federal safety regulations, business ethics and customer satisfaction. We can refer our clients to Winkler's with confidence, knowing they'll handle the job professionally as well as offer award-winning service and tree care knowledge."

"We really pride ourselves on our dedication to high quality tree, shrub, and lawn care," said Vince Winkler, president, Winkler's Tree Service. "We are always looking for ways to increase our expertise and want to align ourselves with the best in the industry. HMI offers access to a wealth of information, experts, and tools. They are constantly in touch with consumers, insurance companies, and other industry organizations promoting the same high quality tree care standards we do. We look forward to having HMI call on us to serve their clients."
   
 

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