Landscape Contractor / Design Build Maintain

AUG 2012

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LC Product Profile IMPACT ON YOUR BUSINESS We offer an array of commercial and residential landscaping products. As a superior alternative to natural grass commercial landscaping, EasyTurf synthetic commercial turf provides a low maintenance, environmentally friendly lawn that reduces commercial landscaping costs and eliminates the problems associated with maintaining natural grass. EasyTurf is the exclusive supplier of FieldTurf in Southern California, the premier artificial commercial turf used in the NFL, MLB, FIFA, colleges and high school sports teams worldwide. Besides being ideal for sports fields, EasyTurf products have been installed at numerous Southern California businesses and local government and military facilities who all did extensive research and chose EasyTurf commercial turf products for their landscaping. High profile organizations that chose commercial landscaping products from EasyTurf: s 0ETCO 0ARK s 3EA7ORLD OF 3AN $IEGO s ,%'/,!.$ s 3AN $IEGO :OO s 3AN $IEGO 7ILD !NIMAL 0ARK s 1UAIL "OTANICAL 'ARDENS s 3AN $IEGO (UMANE 3OCIETY s 3AN $IEGO #OUNTY $EPARTMENT OF !NIMAL 3ERVICES s 3AN $IEGO #HARGERS s 3AN $IEGO 3TATE !ZTECS s (UMPHREY S BY THE "AY s (OTEL $EL #ORONADO Using state-of-the-art equipment, an EasyTurf commercial installation lasts from 15 to 20 years and cuts reoccurring landscaping costs significantly. Installing artificial commercial turf can also help a building obtain up to 18 LEED credits, which is the U.S. Green Building Council's effort to provide a national standard for what constitutes a "green building." www.easyturf.com · info@easyturf.com - Email · TOLL FREE 888-665-3475 Information Request # 415 August 2012 37 DBM

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