ManageMowed rebrands, launches franchising initiative

Formerly Greenpoint Landscape Management, the company is looking to grow its national footprint.

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August 19, 2019

EDMONDS, Wash. – ManageMowed, a commercial landscape management company, has recently rebranded from Greenpoint Landscape Management and launched a national franchising initiative.

In the past 18 months, it has also expanded to more national markets, including offices in Denver and Portland. The company's sub-contracting model allows franchisees to focus on managing client relationships and a network of local owner-operator landscape crews, instead of purchasing, storing or maintaining landscaping equipment on their own.

“We’re ready to take our high performing landscaping business to key markets across the country with motivated and qualified individuals,” said James Jakobsen, co-founder of ManageMowed. “We offer entrepreneurs a low-investment model with minimal overhead, great work-life balance, an awesome culture and incredible growth potential – especially for those who get in on the ground floor.”

The commercial landscape management company also signed several large-scale clients to its roster and added key positions to the corporate team to support its growth. The brand has added a full-time position to its account management team to support its growing scope with Safeway, the national grocery chain. Additionally, ManageMowed inked an agreement to manage landscaping needs for Taco Bell locations across the Portland area and signed an agreement to manage snow plowing and removal for Public Storage locations in Denver.

“The interest and trust among facilities managers in ManageMowed is booming – our services are in high-demand,” said Peter Roberts, co-founder of ManageMowed. “Through 20-plus years of experience, we’ve perfected our model to make the lives of our clients easier and take the headache out of landscaping.” 

For more information on the ManageMowed franchise opportunity, visit its website.