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Conserva Irrigation adds six new territories

August 25, 2020 -  By
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Conserva Irrigation added six new territories with the signing of three new franchisees to the system and expanding across Greater Denver, Colo., Rochester and Mankato, Minn., and Greenville, S.C.

Earlier this year, the company added 14 new territories and seven new franchisees, while debuting in Utah, California, South Carolina and Indiana. With the addition of 20 territories year-to-date across seven states, Conserva Irrigation has now grown its footprint across nearly 100 territories in markets throughout the country.

“The coronavirus pandemic has had a lasting impact on small businesses in our country and we consider ourselves very fortunate to have sustained success during the economic downturn because of our strong company culture and recession-resistant franchise model. It’s because of our dedicated staff and talented franchisees that we’ve continued to grow amid turbulent times,” said Russ Jundt, founder of Conserva Irrigation. “We’re looking forward to continuing to support our existing franchise partners, adding new small business owners to our family and providing employment to those searching for an opportunity in irrigation.”

Conserva Irrigation was recently named to Inc. magazine’s list of the fastest-growing companies in America for the second consecutive year. The Inc. 5000 ranks companies based on their percentage of revenue growth from 2016 to 2019, positioning Conserva Irrigation at No. 633 and moving the brand up 1,466 spots from last year.

The company also achieved a 25 percent increase in year-over-year sales through Q1 and Q2 and is on track for continued growth. Conserva Irrigation says its business model, as well as strong consumer demand and the introduction of contactless services, has allowed the water conversation leader to continue to grow and hire new technicians across the country.

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