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U.S. Lawns announces the addition of three new franchises

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The operations will be located in California, Colorado and Texas.

| June 11, 2012

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Orlando-based U.S. Lawns announces the addition of three new franchisees to its network of more than 250 landscape-management franchises.

Three new U.S. Lawns franchisees completed training recently at the U.S. Lawns Home Office in Orlando, FL. Their six days of training was comprised of classroom and field training in all areas of commercial landscape management.

"With every new franchisee, we are energized for the future. Our commitment started in 1986, and we have the same passion today as we did in the beginning," said Ken Hutcheson, president of U.S. Lawns. "Our culture is one of partnership and family. Whether the franchisee is new to owning their business, or converting their existing landscape business to join us, we work together to promote the U.S. Lawns brand. Their local commitment to their community combined with our strength as a national brand, birthed our motto 'National Strength, Local Commitment.' That is the foundation of our success."

U.S. Lawns' new franchisees are:
- Byron Jacquette, Beaumont, Texas
- Larry & Celine Scott and Jennifer Shoenbein, San Jose, Calif.
- Michael & Leigh Cundiff, Parker, Co.
 

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