Greenworks launches 2017 Landscaper of the Year program

January 24, 2017 -  By

Landscaper-of-the-Year-2017_full-400x400Greenworks Commercial is launching its “Landscaper of the Year” program.

Kicking off Feb. 1, the program aims to honor the “best-of-the-best” of the landscaping industry who apply their trade in a volunteer capacity to make a positive difference within their community. Through the program, Greenworks will award 11 winners with a prize pack of its battery-powered 82-volt tools, and will choose one of the 11 finalists to receive a trip to the 2017-18 College Football National Championship at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.

“In many ways, landscaping professionals are the unsung heroes of our communities,” said Chris Allen, president of Greenworks North America. “Despite working long days, professional landscapers find time—and energy—to care for local Little League fields, clean up an elderly person’s yard or maintain the grounds at their church. We want to honor and recognize the hardworking men and women that keep America and our neighborhoods beautiful and safe, so we’re excited to officially kick-off our 2017 ‘Landscaper of the Year’ awards program, providing national recognition to these deserving individuals and companies.”

The runner-up in each monthly contest will receive a “Greenworks Commercial Fan Pack” of branded caps, apparel and promotional items.

As a complement to the “Landscaper of the Year” awards program, Greenworks Commercial will provide consumers with the ability to download a free “thank you” card for their favorite landscape professionals from the Landscaper of the Year awards page.

The Greenworks 2017 “Landscaper of the Year” competition is open to both individuals and companies who have performed exemplary community service within North America. To apply or nominate someone you know, visit the Landscaper of the Year awards page.

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  1. Nick Esposito says:

    Why am I not getting Hydrangas blooms the past 2-3 years ?