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The benefits that come with starting a lawn care business with Spring Green are perhaps best left explained by the entrepreneurs and green industry business owners who have realized them. Visit each owner’s summary below, identify with the owners who might be similar to you, watch the videos and download their full profiles. Learn from their experiences and discover how a Spring Green franchise can help you achieve your goals and dreams.
Jim and John Mercon
Owner of Nature Cuts and Spring-Green Lawn Care Valparaiso, IN
Jim Mercon has been involved in the green industry since 1996 when he started his own mowing company. During his career of mowing lawns, he realized that it didn’t make sense to see a competitor’s sign on his customer’s yard that was mowed. There was a growing market in Valparaiso and by adding Spring-Green, he could provide mowing and lawn care services to his customers.
Owner of Tyger River Outside Scapes and Spring Green Greer, SC
Andrew Turner is a seasoned green industry expert and began his landscaping career at the age of 15. Ever since, he’s been interested in beautifying people’s lawns. He diversified with Spring Green so that he and his father could grow the lawn care side of their existing landscaping business.
Owner of JFS4 Enterprises and Spring-Green Lawn Care West Conshohocken, PA
In 1898, John Sayers began his career in the green industry with general lawn maintenance, mowing, and fertilization. Sayers knew he wanted to expand his business even further, but the lack of marketing was holding him back. That’s when he looked into Spring-Green.
Owner of Evergreen Exteriors and Spring-Green Clinton Township, MI
In February 2001 Keith Ives launched Evergreen Exteriors, based in Clinton Township, Michigan, offering landscape, lawn maintenance, lawn care, snow removal, and landscape design services. The company was successful, but Ives knew it could do even more with the right resources. That’s what led him to investigate into Spring-Green Lawn Care. As he learned more about the company and opportunities it brought, he began thinking about adding a franchise to diversify and grow his existing business.
Dan Hillenbrand got his start in the industry while he was in the Army, working weekends with someone who taught him the ins and outs of lawn maintenance. He worked at a few different small lawn maintenance companies, as well as a Colorado-based Scott’s Lawn Service franchise. When TruGreen purchased Scott’s in late 2016, Hillenbrand started to rethink his future with the company. That led to a conversation with Spring-Green.