Companies in the News: Updates from Greenworks Commercial and Arborjet

December 3, 2019 -  By
Ken Palmer (Photo courtesy of Greenworks Commercial)

Ken Palmer (Photo courtesy of Greenworks Commercial)

Greenworks Commercial entered into a sponsorship agreement with ArborMaster and its internationally known arborist and cofounder, Ken Palmer for 2020.

Per the agreement, Palmer will use Greenworks Commercial’s line of lithium-ion battery-powered saws as his exclusive battery-powered equipment in 2020, which also marks the 25th Anniversary of ArborMaster. In addition, Palmer will conduct private training programs, make celebrity appearances and consult on new product research and development with Greenworks engineers.

“Greenworks new top handle saw is a game-changer,” Palmer said. “Using this tool makes job sites safer with easier maneuverability and better productivity. I am confident that using Greenworks products will help to enhance ArborMaster’s core pillars of safety, productivity and skill, so I am proud to help other arborists learn about these great tools.”

Arborjet will launch a new campaign called “Ski for a Tree,” the company’s latest initiative, which aligns with its Saving America’s Iconic Trees program to help preserve the country’s most treasured trees.

The company will be working in conjunction with Walking Mountains Science Center in support of their mission to raise awareness about climate change and to broaden education within the mountain environment through natural science and sustainability programs.

“At Arborjet, we recognize that environmental responsibility and good stewardship are essential in sustaining our business, our customers and our planet. We are proud to sponsor this event, where they also value the importance of education and environmental sustainability,” said Russ Davis, president and CEO of Arborjet.

Ranked as the No. 1 overall race by the athletes and coaches who participate, the Beaver Creek Xfinity Birds of Prey Audi FIS Ski World Cup Super G, Downhill, and Giant Slalom races are scheduled for Dec. 6-8. with race week starting Dec. 3. This year’s event is scheduled to include live music, ski films, parties and much more in the heart of Beaver Creek Village.

The event is organized by the nonprofit Vail Valley Foundation, which has hosted the races since 1997.

Sarah Webb

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Sarah Webb is Landscape Management's associate editor. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Wittenberg University, where she studied journalism and Spanish. Prior to her role at LM, Sarah was an intern for Cleveland Magazine and a writing tutor.

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