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Reliable, TR Gear acquired by Five Seasons

October 16, 2015 -  By
Five Seasons Property Management

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Two Midwest commercial landscape and snow removal companies have been acquired by Five Seasons Property Management.

Five Seasons is a new company based in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

It acquired Reliable Property Services, based in St. Paul, Minn., in July, followed by TR Gear Landscaping, based in Fairfield, Ohio, late last month.

“I look forward to working with these two teams to build more and better partnerships throughout the Midwest,” said Greg Odhner, director of operations for Five Seasons Property Management. Odhner is a former regional manager for the Brickman Group, now part of BrightView.

“We’re excited about the future for our organization and our customers,” said Tom Hougnon of Reliable Property Services, which has been providing exterior maintenance services since 1983. “Our high level of service, winter or summer, will continue as before.”

The company, which ranked No. 42 on the 2015 LM150 list of the largest landscape companies, serves commercial, institutional, industrial and golf course clients in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa. It was previously owned by Minnesota-based investment firm PCM Cos.

“We are very happy to be part of Five Seasons Property Management now,” said Michael Bailey, president of TR Gear Landscaping, a full-service landscape contractor that’s been in business since 1980.

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Marisa Palmieri

About the Author:

Marisa Palmieri is an experienced Green Industry editor who's won numerous awards for her coverage of the landscape and golf course markets from the Turf & Ornamental Communicators Association (TOCA), the Press Club of Cleveland and the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE). In 2007, ASBPE named her a Young Leader. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism, cum laude, from Ohio University’s Scripps School of Journalism.

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