Celebrating Lawn & Garden Month with Allentown’s John Mraz
The biggest challenges in the Northeast are production planning and labor management — all within the whirlwind of our unpredictable weather. We experience many seasonal changes in a matter of weeks.
Photos of the Week
We had wonderful submissions to our photo contest this week. John Mraz, Stephanie Ayala-Rivera and Quinton Peak all sent in great pictures. But, in the end, Quinton’s shots of our team at work came in first place.
Leadership Development Program
Our executive leadership team hosted our first-ever Leadership Development Program meeting in San Diego, CA. The program provided a foundation of leadership development curriculum for six recently hired/promoted branch managers as part of their growth and development.
LandCare Hires Ashley Plaetzer and Nina Won to Leadership
LandCare announced the hire of Ashely Plaetzer as Director of Talent and Nina Won as Director of Marketing in newly created positions for the organization. In these roles, they will focus on brand positioning for prospective partners and talent. Concurrently, LandCare announced the promotion of Reiss Wilburn from Business Development Manager to Branch Manager in Nashville.
Celebrating Lawn & Garden Month with the Inland Empire’s Nicole Hill
The Inland Empire in California is a geographically large area with many micro climates throughout that can make maintaining beautiful landscapes an exciting challenge. Our winters can be severely cold and our summers extremely hot and dry.
LandCare Taps Talent Internally in Northern California
LandCare is pleased to announce the promotion of Jared Rice to Regional Manager of Northern California. Jared Rice joined LandCare in 2008 and has most notably contributed to the growth of the Texoma region.
Training for Safety
Inland Empire recently completed their annual spring small equipment training. Jose Soberanis, a Field Application Specialist with Golden Eagle Distributing — in partnership with ECHO — performed the bilingual training focusing on proper maintenance of the equipment and how to operate the equipment safely and effectively.
Waiting to Bloom in Allentown
The Allentown branch planted 12,000 yellow tulip bulbs for a client in raised planters this spring. The progress is gorgeous and it’s only a matter of time before the flowers bloom!