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Author: Lindsey Getz

Faces of the Industry: Luis Carrillo

Truth be told, Luis Carrillo never planned to go into the landscape industry. In fact, he had a plan to go into sports medicine and after six years of studying, landed a dream job with the NFL as an athletic trainer for the Carolina Panthers. But after his wife had their second child, Carrillo began […]

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The Growth Handbook

Have you thought about how to grow your business? Is there a right way to go about growth? Considering this is one of the most-searched-for business topics on the internet — and entire books are dedicated to it — there’s no simple answer. But we’re diving into the services and strategies used by some successful […]

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Faces of the Industry: Angie Bradley

Angie Bradley says that she didn’t envision getting into the landscape industry when she was a kid. In fact, she’d always wanted to be a pilot. But growing up on a family farm, she says that landscaping was “in her blood.” Even so, that didn’t make it any easier starting out in a male-dominated industry […]

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Joe Gonzalez, CEO of ArtisTree, Says NALP Helps Keep Him in Touch with the Industry

Joe Gonzalez has had a successful career spanning everything from finance to fashion before purchasing a small landscaping business in 1990 to build on a dream of owning his own company. His focus on customer service has helped grow that business — which rebranded as ArtisTree Landscape Maintenance & Design in 2005 — from a […]

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Will Dalzell of Dalzell Design Landscaping Is Taking a Franchise Approach to Managing Different Offices

Will Dalzell, owner of Dalzell Design Landscaping in North Augusta, South Carolina, says that he has always worked outside. Early on his jobs were always working on golf courses and when he went to school for Landscape Architecture at the University of Georgia, he assumed he’d ultimately get into designing golf courses. Instead, he fell […]

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Meet NALP Member Timothy Trimmer, president of Professional Grounds, Inc.

Timothy Trimmer started at Professional Grounds, Inc. — founded by his father William — when he was just 15 years old. Since earning a degree in business, he has dedicated himself to nurturing the continued success of the company of which he is now president. We recently caught up with Trimmer to find out more. […]

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