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TAG: Noon Turf Care

Inc. 5000 list ranks 18 landscape, snow firms

September 10, 2015By

By LM’s count, 18 landscape and snow industry companies earned spots on the 34th annual Inc. 5000 list, the magazine’s yearly list of the 5,000 fastest growing, privately held companies in the U.S. Companies apply to be considered for the list, then Inc. ranks them according to their revenue growth over a three-year period. Last year, 10 companies from the green... read more

TruGreen acquires Noon Turf Care

September 3, 2015By

TruGreen acquired Marlborough, Mass.-based Noon Turf Care. The companies announced they “joined forces” in a notice posted at “By combining the resources of both companies, our customers will continue to receive the same excellence in programs and services that they’ve come to expect over the years from Noon,” it said. “Customers will begin to see the TruGreen logo on... read more

2014 Lawn Care Forum: LCOs offer cash flow tips

March 1, 2015By

Landscape professionals at Landscape Management‘s 2014 Lawn Care Forum share advice for maintaining a steady cash flow. You’ll hear from the following lawn care operators: • Christopher Noon, Noon Turf Care • Matthew Noon, Noon Turf Care • Kevin Jardine, NexGreen • David Hartzell, New Jersey Best Lawns, Sprinklers and Fencing • Charlie Marshall, Spring-Green • Michael Rogers, Kathleen’s Lawn... read more

2014 Lawn Care Forum: LCOs offer more employee tips

February 17, 2015By

In the second installment of “employee tips,” landscape professionals at LM’s 2014 Lawn Care Forum share additional advice for attracting and retaining good employees. You’ll hear from the following lawn care operators: • Joshua Anderson, Team Green Lawn • Nathan Brandon, Pure Green • Christopher Noon, Noon Turf Care • Jeff Smith, Lawn Cure of Southern Indiana read more

Weathering the weather

February 17, 2015By

During the 2014 LM Lawn Care Forum, a panel of LCOs hit on how to handle unwelcome weather events. When it comes to coping with Mother Nature, Brad Johnson puts lawn care professionals under the same umbrella as farmers. “We’re going to have good years and bad years,” says the president of LawnAmerica, a $6 million firm in Tulsa, Okla.... read more

Motivating customers to prepay

January 9, 2015By

Owning and managing a seasonal business has its challenges. Even the most profitable and thriving business can be out of business if it doesn’t properly manage cash flow. In other words, if there’s not gas in the tank, the engine’s not running. I experienced this first hand with my company, Noon Turf Care. A few years ago we had a... read more