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Noon Turf Care named to 'Inc.' list for second year

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Triple-digit growth puts the Mass.-based lawn care company on the 2012 Inc. 5000

| August 23, 2012

HUDSON, Mass. – Inc. has ranked Noon Turf Care No. 1,412 on its annual Inc. 5000 list. The list represents a comprehensive look independent-minded entrepreneurs. 
 
Noon turf Care also ranked 42nd in fastest growing companies in Boston and 92nd in industry rank. Noon has experienced 213 percent growth in the past three years and has added over 40 new jobs to its company and local economy.
 
“We are honored to be listed as an Inc. 5000 company again in 2012. Needless to say, we are all very proud to be part of a growing organization that as a team pursuit the goal of excellence in the service industry,” says Matthew Noon, president of Noon Turf Care. “Our dedicated team members and loyal customers are the true reason for our growth and would like to thank them and Inc. Magazine for this special recognition.” 
 
Noon Turf Care is a privately owned founded in 2001 by brothers Christopher and Matthew Noon, and serves residential and commercial customers in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The company has a staff of over 50 horticultural specialists and is the largest privately owned lawn care company in the state with more than 6,000 customers and projected revenues of 5 million dollars in 2012.
 

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