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Spring Start Up

Blog by: Mike Fitzpatrick, Vice President of U.S. Lawns. You Should Already Be Planning Your Spring Start Up With springtime just around the bend, we all look forward to the approach of longer daylight hours, warmer temperatures, and the awakening of our turf, trees and plants. For commercial property owners and managers, this refreshing of…read more

Bryan Smith on Cultivating a Culture

U.S. Lawns–Team 157 Franchisee Bryan Smith’s Culture For Success Bryan Smith, owner of U.S. Lawns – Team 157 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina knows what it means to become a success story because of his incredible team –a feat which he says he achieves by being strict but fair, and maintaining that culture of mutual…read more

Building a Culture of Mutual Respect

U.S. Lawns President Ken Hutcheson wanted to share some of his thoughts below on building a culture based on mutual respect. A Stellar Team Is The Secret To Success One of the big reasons U.S. Lawns is so special is because we recognize the role economic interdependence plays not just with vendors, suppliers and customers,…read more

U.S. Lawns Process for Productivity

Landscape Management Magazine Article – By Emily Schappacher Weekly landscape maintenance checklists help crews do their jobs consistently and efficiently. While all clients’ properties are different, the way they’re serviced should be the same every time. At least that’s the mantra at U.S. Lawns. The $170-million commercial grounds care franchise business headquartered in Orlando, Fla.,…read more

Mike Kirk Understands Motivation

U.S. Lawns Hall of Fame member Mike Kirk knows what it takes to retain customers and employees. He’s had one customer for over 12 years and one manager for 14 years. Other employees have been with him 4 to 10 years. What’s his formula? There are a number of factors, the largest being Mike’s sincere…read more

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