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Companies in the News: Lawn Butler, Landscape Concepts Management, TruGreen

September 24, 2015 -  By

Lawn Butler employees pose after receiving their third Utah Business Fast 50 award.

Lawn Butler won Utah Business magazine’s Fast 50 award, which names the 50 fastest-growing companies in Utah. It won this award with a 500 percent growth rate and by adding 115 new jobs over the past five years. It’s the company’s third time being honored.

Landscape Concepts Management is donating nearly $25,000 in landscape maintenance services this landscape season to a local nonprofit organization, Women In Need Growing Stronger (WINGS). The group assists women afflicted by homelessness and domestic violence.

Heads Up Landscaping redesigned its website, making it mobile friendly. The new site features recent commercial and residential projects, a section on Heads Up’s charitable endeavors and ways for customers and others to connect—whether they’re looking for a career with the company or want to join the conversation via social media or the monthly email newsletter, the company said. 

TruGreen and the Gary, Ind., celebrated the unveiling of several TruGreen-sponsored improvements to Gary’s Gateway Park, as part of its TruNeighbor program. The improvements included lawn care and the repair and turn-on of two fountains that had been nonfunctional for nearly a decade. The company also provided funds for additional landscape improvements, which will contribute to the city’s plan to repurpose the park as a recreational and entertainment area. The company also will partner with the city to provide training for members of the Gary4Jobs Maintenance Landscape Training Program. TruGreen’s TruNeighbor program is being piloted in select cities across the country.

Photo: Lawn Butler

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Dillon Stewart graduated from Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, earning a Bachelor of Science in Online Journalism with specializations in business and political science. Stewart is a former associate editor of LM.

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