Green Lawn Fertilizing/Green Pest Solutions opens new PA branch
Green Lawn Fertilizing/Green Pest Solutions officially opened their new office in North Wales, Pennslyvania, at the beginning of March.
The company invested in the property in response to its expanding base of residential and commercial customers in the Bucks and Montgomery County. All branch employees attended the ribbon cutting event, plus the senior leadership team like President and CEO Matt Jesson.
“The North Wales service market will be paramount in our long-term growth plans,” Jesson says. “We look to aggressively grow this market and create incredible opportunities for our team members while executing on our Mission to deliver a superior customer experience.”
Market Director Steven Reyes cut the red ribbon. Reyes has been with the company for over seven years, starting out as a lawn technician and working his way up all the way to his current position of market director, where he oversees both the North Wales and Allentown branches.
“Our mission is to put you all in the best positions for success, as our mentors have done for us,” says Reyes, who was standing alongside Market Operations Manager Matt Clowney and Market Sales Director Tom Wright. “We are not asking you to be the next Tom, the next Matt or even the next Steven, but to be the best versions of yourselves as we all hope to stand on the other side watching not one, but many of you open a new branch one day.”
The company is not slowing down with its real estate expenders to help support its growth. Green Lawn Fertilizing/Green Pest Solutions moved into a new headquarters building in West Chester, Pennsylvania, late last year, with extensive construction to take place to customize and modernize the layout. The company is also investing in a brand new 20,000-foot warehouse next to its current headquarters building, which will become the new West Chester lawn and pest operations building once the new headquarters building is ready.
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